14th September 2007 at 01:00
Iansyst, the Cambridge company that specialises in educational technology for people with dyslexia, is launching two new products at the Scottish Learning Festival.

Audio Notetaker analyses speech, identifies natural pauses and presents recordings visually on-screen, broken into manageable chunks. Text boxes let learners highlight or transcribe, and they can then locate selected phrases or entire sections and replay them.

CapturaTalk is the UK's "first mobile phone software that converts text to speech from a digital photo". It scans an image, recognises text, then reads the information aloud or discreetly through a Bluetooth earpiece. The file can then be saved for future work or reference.

Iansyst: Stand A47.

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