Regenesis Development Corp
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Discontinued products manufactured by Regenesis Development Corp (listed alphabetically)
--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- 1-Key is designed to allow the one finger, headstick, or mouthstick computer user to use standard software for the IBM PC series of computers. The program remains resident in the computer once invoked. The program allows one finger use of the Shift keys, Control key and Alt key. Depressing and releasing one of these keys once makes it active for the next key. 1-Key also allows the standard key repeat function to be turned off (e.g., only one letter will be typed regardless of how long the key is held down). COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM PS/2 and IBM PC computers.
--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Bigprint is a program for generating large characters on an Apple IIe screen. All characters that normally go to the screen are routed through the Bigprint program first, then sent to the screen, where they appear four times the regular size. Bigprint is compatible with Applesoft BASIC programming when used alone, and will work with many Applesoft BASIC programs, though it is not compatible with all Apple IIe software. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple IIe computers.
BREATH INPUT DEVICE
--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Breath Input Device (formerly Breath Switch) is a dual switch operated by sip and puff. Three different connectors are available: IBM game port, 25-pin serial, and 9-pin serial. A 25-pin serial will be sent unless otherwise specified. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM PS/2 and IBM PC computers.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL SYSTEM
--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Environmental Control System allows environmental control through any dual or single switch input, or through the serial port of a computer that has environmental control software (not included; contact manufacturer for information). The system may be operated from a wheelchair. The basic unit, which has five channels of low voltage momentary or latching switches and is required to run all other modules, sells for $795. The basic unit also supports three optional channels of AC switching. The telephone control unit, which can store twenty user-programmed numbers for auto dial functions, is $395. An X-10 module that controls up to five 120 volt AC appliances, is $395. An infrared TV module, which controls 18 different models of TVs or 8 different cable converter models, is $395. A VCR sub-module that controls 19 different models of VCRs is $375.00; this must be run with the TV module.
EZ CONTROL MODULAR ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL SYSTEM
--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- EZ Control has a five channel receiver/controller with snap on modules allowig additional remote control of tlephone, television, video cassette recorder and other electrical devices. Operated by dual and single switches, or by wheelchair controls. Remote control from wheelchair, sofa, bed or table. The Basic Receiver/Controller gives direct control over three 120 volt AC appliances and five low voltage switch closures. Expansion modules can be added: telephone modules, X- 10 modules, TV module, VCR sub-module only works with the TV module. The TV module works with 33 brands of TVs and the VCR module works with 19 brands of VCRs. Optinal deluxe remote transmitter includes switches on sender for attendant or user computer control software for IBM computers. Base: 10.5 inches wide, 3 inches high, 9.5 inches deep, weight 6 pounds. Modules: 10.5 inches wide, 1 5/8 inches high by 9.5 inches deep, weight 2.5 pounds. Transmitter: 2.5 inches wide by 1 inch high by 3.5 inches deep.
--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- ezMorse is a software program that allows Morse Code to be used in place of typing on the IBM-PC keyboard. The user activates one or two switches to create Morse codes, which the computer accepts as if the corresponding letter had been typed on the keyboard. The code set is based on the standard military Morse code set, with special mnemonic codes used for all other keys. Speed is adjustable by the user. A three level on-line help system is available with pop-up screens showing codes for all the keys. A sip and puff switch (the Breath Switch from Regenesis) is available, already adapted for use with the ezMorse system. Also included in the package is a cable that allows any switch to be plugged in. Switches are not included in basic price, but the Breath Switch is a available with ezMorse as a package. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM PC, XT, AT, PS/2, or IBM compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Minimum of 64K of memory and a game, serial, or parallel port.
--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- ezScan is a software program that allows scanning of an on-screen keyboard to be used instead of a standard keyboard. A series of windows "pop up" on the screen to represent keyboard functions. The pop- up windows can be positioned anywhere on the screen. The user selects characters by scanning with a switch. Five types of scanning can be used, and parameters such as delay time and scan speed can be set. ezScan requires a computer with a minimum of 64K of memory and a game, serial, or parallel port. The program comes with a cable for plugging in a switch; switches are not included. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM PC or PS/2 computers.
--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Keyboard Expander is a software and hardware combination that permits customization and redefinition of keys on any expanded keyboard. The Keyboard Expander also permits user definition of the amount of time that a user needs to hold down a key before it repeats and before it produces a letter on the screen. The software component is memory-resident; the hardware consists of a specially designed half- length card that fits inside the computer. The software can hold 9 keyboard layouts in its memory at one time, allowing up to 1,152 keys and/or messages on a Unicorn keyboard (see entry) and 576 keys and/or messages on a TASH Mini keyboard (see entry). The software can define both keyboard keys or messages on the same keyboard layout, and works in all text and graphic modes. A cable is supplied for connecting a Unicorn or Mini keyboard to the Keyboard Expander. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM PS/2 Models 25/30 and IBM PC computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: The system requires 64K of memory.
--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Megaword is a large-print word processor for the Apple IIe. Besides common word processing features such as adding, editing, deleting and moving text, Megaword presents all characters four times their normal size on the computer screen. Text can also be printed out in large size. Megaword also features file merging and splitting, plus search and replace capabilities. Commands involve just one keystroke. A built-in help manual and on-disk tutorial are provided, also in large print. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple IIe computers.
ROBOTIC WORK STATION ATTENDANT
--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Robotic Work Station Attendant is a robotic environmental control unit. The unit features a robotic arm that can handle files, turn pages, handle diskettes and telephone handsets, operate office equipment, and perform some feeding functions. Multiple "hand" designs are supplied to provide different accommodations for different environments. The arm is controlled through an IBM computer (extra) running a high-level programming language called FLASH. Robotic Work Station Attendant rotates 340 degrees; the 20 degree area not covered by the unit may be located at any angle. The standard system comes with an arm that provides a 29" radius of reach; alternative arm lengths may be requested. A variety of user input control options are available, including voice input, standard or alternative keyboard, and single or dual switch Morse code or row scanning. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM PS/2 and IBM PC computers. DIMENSIONS: 42 x 60 x 52 inches. WEIGHT: 18 pounds.
--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Wordease is a word processing program similar to Megaword (see entry), but providing large print only via a printer, not on the computer screen. Word processing features include merging and splitting files, plus search and replace capabilities. Program commands can be issued with single keystrokes. A complete tutorial in the use of the program is available on disk. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple IIGS, and Apple IIe computers.