Help me find "handwriting to speech" app for dying uncle with cancer
SUMMARY: LOOKING FOR APP THAT WILL CONVERT HANDWRITING TO A COMPUTER GENERATED SPEAKING VOICE.
I spent hours trying to find an app to help him and can't find one. My uncle had a tracheotomy and can no longer speak. I am looking for an app that will allow him to handwrite messages and have it convert it to a speaking voice so he can engage in conversations with us. He is not the best typer so the 'texting to voice' apps won't work for him. I did manage to find MANY 'text to voice' and 'handwrite to text' apps but need one that does BOTH ('handwriting to voice'). ANY HELP WOULD BE VERY MUCH APPRECIATED IN THIS DIFFICULT TIME - THANK YOU SO MUCH!
Handwriting-to-speech application for people with speech difficulties
We just released HandySpeech™ application for people with speech disabilities. HandySpeech™ is available on the app store. The only handwriting-to-speech application for the iPad, it provides a unique opportunity for people with disabilities to communicate.
This assistive technology application supplements or replaces speech for people with spoken language difficulties. HandySpeech™ helps people with one or more speech or language impairments, including autism, stuttering, stroke, muscular dystrophy, post-operative voice difficulties, and others. Users write what they want to say in any one of 13 languages and the software converts the handwriting into speech.
· Handwriting Recognition Technology© by PhatWare Corp
· Text-to-Speech powered by iSpeech, Inc
· Adaptive Technology application
· Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) application
· Context analyzer: automatic correction based on context
· Multilingual support with 13 major languages in a male or female voice
· Adaptive learning of the user writing patterns
· Cursive, PRINT, and mixEd handwriting style recognition
· Use of simple finger gestures to insert special characters such as space and return.
· Alternative keyboard input
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