Claro Software will be at ATIA 2013 later this month. The conference is taking place on the 30th January to the 2nd February at the Caribe Royale All-Suites Resort & Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.
The show is running from the 27th Feb until 3rd March. If you are visiting the show you can find us at the EnableMart Booths 416, 418 and 420.
Visitors to the show will be amongst the first to see the latest versions of ClaroRead for PC and Mac, our reading and writing support tool. With enhanced popular features and a whole new range of indispensable tools for reading and writing, ClaroRead is the complete software solution for struggling learners.
To find out more about ClaroRead for PC and Mac go to the Claro Software Website
British assistive technology company Claro Software is delighted with the news that they have been shortlisted for the prestigious 2011 American Da Vinci Awards. These global awards honour products and services which enhance mobility and make life better for people with disabilities.
Claro FaceMouse® is the latest tool for PC screen navigation. It is a solution for people who cannot use a mouse. Now, with just a standard webcam and the Claro FaceMouse software, computer users can move the mouse pointer around the screen simply by moving their head.
Claro FaceMouse® will make a real difference to people with disabilities, especially those with degenerative conditions such as MND, muscular dystrophy or multiple sclerosis. It will allow them to play computer games, send an email or open a program without expensive and cumbersome access devices.
Claro is one of only three finalists selected from an international field of nominees in the Environmental Adaptation/Daily Living/Work Aids category. The results will be announced at an ‘Academy Awards style’ presentation in Michigan on 22 September.
The International da Vinci Awards da Vinci awards are now ten years old and proceeds go to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Michigan Chapter. The organisers say, “Assistive and adaptive technologies play an important role in helping people overcome physical limitations. Each year, the Da Vinci Awards® recognizes the most innovative developments in this field. By supporting the awards, you will help many of those with multiple sclerosis increase access to everyday life through assistive and adaptive technologies.”
Dave Stevens, commercial director at Claro, said, “We are delighted that Claro FaceMouse has been shortlisted for this prestigious American award. This nomination follows the recent release of the product, so to get early American appreciation for the innovative work of the Claro team helps drive us forward.”
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Claro Software are delighted to announce that we have been nominated for the 2011 da Vinci awards. The Awards are an annually celebration of innovation to benefit the national MS Society.
Claro FaceMouse, the alternative mouse control solution, has been nominated for this prestigious award. Claro FaceMouse is the latest tool for screen navigation and mouse control on a Windows PC. Using only a standard webcam and the Claro FaceMouse software, users can move the mouse pointer around the screen and click to open a folder or send an email.
Claro Software recently attended the Worlddidac event in Basel, Switzerland. The exhibition is one of the biggest global educational resource exhibitions. Taking place every two years, the show attracts visitors from around the world. This year was no exception with over 18000 education professionals attending from Switzerland and the rest of the world. The event showcases innovations in teaching resources and future trends in the education market for all the different educational levels.
Claro Software representatives attended the show and were on-hand to demonstrate the latest features of ClaroRead for PC V5.6 and answer any questions or queries.
The next Worlddidac Basel Event will take place from 24 to 26 October 2012.