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Little-T main development page.

Developers Needed.

This page contains links pertaining to the development efforts regarding Little-T.

The program is essentially a quiz that combines image, sound and text data in order to help people enhance communication skills the intent is to go further as well and enable people to use it as an exercise tool, enabling them to exercise control over their surrounding environment, via PC to external hardware communication facilities.

Little-T is intended to be used in the rehabilitation of Aphasia sufferers process, for word/picture association training, but can as a bonus be used for language training as well giving the application a very wide possible audience.

Open Source Cross Platform Initiative for Little-T - This page contains our efforts to create a cross platform version of the application - JAVA.

Little-T Source files. - Xbasic

Little-T dictionaries.

Images.

Danish sound files

UML data.

Timeline.

Development discussion.

Suggestion area.

little_t_development_main.txt · Last modified: 2012/03/30 01:32 (external edit)
 
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The Global Ability Initiative is a Non Profit venture dedicated to the development of gratis, open source software for the disabled, the sick and the needy - We aim to provide assistive software to a wide variety of people, suffering for example from Aphasia, MS, ALS, Cerebral Palsy and other disabilities as well as pushing initiatives in the field of ECG monitoring.

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