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T-Board the Virtual Keyboard - Main development page. REWRITE NEEDED - as well as the creation of sub development pages, timeline suggestions etc. if needed

Developers Needed.

T-Board the Virtual Keyboard (TTVK) is a communication program based to be used with 0/1 input devices.

The groups who can be aided by TTVK span as widely as from people with Aphasia, MS, ALS to people suffering Cerebral Palsy and similar problems/illnesses. As a side effect one could use the application to learn new languages.

The program combines image, sound and text data in order to help people enhance their communication capabilities the intent of the program is to go further as well, enable people to use it to exercise control over their surrounding environment, via PC to external hardware communication facilities.

This page holds links to download pages for the current version of T-Board The Virtual keyboard, the QuickBasic/PDS source, plus additional program files.

Don't forget to download a dictionary to be able to run the program!!! (see download links below)

Development suggestions - for the further development of T-Board the Virtual Keyboard.

All source packages as well as executeables of T-Board the Virtual Keyboard v.xxxx - Operating system X, can be found by clicking the link.

Additional resource packages for T-Board the Virtual Keyboard v.xxxx - Operating system X, can be found by clicking the link.

Diagrams for the development T-Board the Virtual Keyboard.

Time line for the development of T-Board the Virtual Keyboard.

t_board_the_virtual_keyboard_development_main.txt · Last modified: 2012/03/30 01:33 (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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