Reading Machine

A machine that scans text and reads it aloud. Initially developed for those who are visually impaired, reading machines are currently used by anyone who cannot read at their intellectual level, including reading disabled (e.g., dyslexic) persons and children first learning to read.

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Kurzweil Technologies and National Federation of the Blind premiere the world's first portable reading machine for the blind
Bush, Kennedy laud Kurzweil award from American Foundation for the Blind
National Research and Training Institute for the Blind dedicated
knfbReader opens the world of text to the blind
Kurzweil awarded MIT's Lemelson Prize for Invention and Innovation
Kurzweil given Second Annual American Composers Orchestra Award
Factor in accelerating tech progress, Kurzweil advises Science Talent Search award winners
Kurzweil to present awards at National Federation of the Blind conference
Kurzweil warns of perils to the blind of accelerating technology
Kurzweil receives honorary doctorate at Landmark College

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The First Reading Machine