GW Micro Releases New Vocatex Plus
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Fort Wayne, Indiana (January 26, 2012) - GW Micro, Inc. (www.gwmicro.com) is proud
to announce the next major revolution in CCTV technology. Last March, GW Micro announced the first-ever talking CCTVs: the Orabis and the Vocatex Plus. These innovative solutions revolutionized the CCTV market, and the latest version of GW Micro's Vocatex Plus is transforming the CCTV market yet again.
The Vocatex Plus already has the unique capability to recognize and speak text, as
well as highlight each word as it is spoken on a live image using its patented technology.
The previous version of the Vocatex Plus required the user to press a button each
time they wanted a new column of text to be spoken or after the user adjusted the
magnification of the image. The new Vocatex Plus is much more dynamic enabling
the user to start text recognition, move or enlarge the text under the screen, and
the Vocatex Plus will automatically recognize the new text and continue reading the
live image while highlighting each word as it speaks.
"This is incredible technology that we could only dream of until now," said Dan Weirich, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for GW Micro. "While these were the first-ever talking CCTVs, we are now taking yet another huge step forward in CCTV technology."
Other CCTV manufacturers have been unable to develop a comparable solution and are
still attempting to produce a talking CCTV with a live image, but this incredible
functionality is already possible with the Orabis and Vocatex Plus. The Vocatex
Plus comes with your choice of a 26-inch, 32-inch, or 37-inch HDTV monitor. These
display options help make the new Vocatex Plus the most advanced talking CCTV as
well as a multimedia center for your favorite HD content including TV, Blu-ray and
Netflix. For customers who already have large screen HDTVs with an HDMI connection,
the Vocatex Plus may be purchased without a monitor.
You can see the new features of the Vocatex Plus talking CCTV in action at www.gwmicro.com/lowvision.
GW Micro has been a trusted pioneer in the adaptive technology industry since 1990,
and continues to lead with innovative, customer driven solutions.
Dan Weirich, VP of Sales and Marketing
Talking Books are a free public library service for the visually, physically, and reading disabled. The Northeast Georgia Talking Book Center is part of the Athens-Clarke County Library and the Georgia Library for Accessible Services. For more information about our service, please visit our website.
Friday, January 27, 2012
- Cobb County School for Dyslexia
- GW Micro Releases New Vocatex Plus
- Stem Cells Improve Vision
- Outreach Visits in February
- Braille Burgers
- Browsing and Searching in BARD
- Talking Books Closed Monday
- PINES Upgrade January 12 - 16
- BARD-Supported Devices
- NFB 2012 Leadership and Advocacy Program
- 2012 Calendars in Alternative Formats
- Home Delivered Meals
- ▼ January (12)
- ► 2011 (151)
- ► 2010 (156)
- ► 2009 (116)