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OrCam Read is a personal AI-driven device for people who have mild low vision, reading difficulties, including dyslexia and reading fatigue.
Price: £1,500.00 (£1,800.00 inc VAT)
OrCam Read – WAS £1800 / NOW £1500 (promotional price for 2020!)
OrCam Read, for people with mild low vision, reading fatigue, reading difficulties including dyslexia, and for anyone who consumes large amounts of text, is a first-of-its-kind lightweight, handheld device with a smart camera that seamlessly reads text from any printed surface or digital screen. It enables you to enjoy the morning paper, read any book, and even read all that appears on your computer or smartphone screen. Privately read the text that you choose, improve your time studying, work more efficiently!
OrCam Read is a personal AI-driven device for people who have mild low vision, reading difficulties, including dyslexia and reading fatigue, and anyone who is consistently exposed to large amounts of text – at work and school, or for leisure.
OrCam Read’s intuitive laser guidance options are activated simply by pointing and clicking. Any type of text is instantly converted into audio for transmission, either through the device’s tiny speaker or a connected Bluetooth device.
OrCam has won numerous global awards for its highly advanced, personal AI technology. OrCam Read has already been described as “an exceptional on demand tool to access print in work, education and community settings.”
With the press of a button, OrCam Read activates a laser to indicate where to start reading on any printed text or screen. A tiny built-in speaker or connected Bluetooth device reads the text selection aloud – in real time and offline.
Get a quick preview of OrCam’s exciting product, the OrCam Read in this unboxing video!
And give our blog a read here to find out how Richard from our Digital Team got on when he demonstrated the product to our Tech Talk Group of visually impaired service users in Greater Manchester.
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