Campus Tours: Windows Accessibility Lab

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    martinmine

    Amazing! =O What kind of magnifier was that digital maginfier? It sure was amazing 0_o

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    LarryLarsen

    Daniel tells me the bigger one is called the Senseview from a company called GW Micro, although that one is out of production and replaced with the Senesview Light. The smaller one is called the Maggie Pro.

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    CKurt

    Great video Larry!

    To give some perspective. I have downloaded this entire series and am ready to play them on my Media Center tv on my next 2 going away parties. I'm moving to Seattle to come and work for Microsoft at the end of this month and want everybody to get a clue what the Microsoft Campus feels like. So this is really a very very very good series. Thank for it!

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    LarryLarsen

    @CKurt: Thanks, CKurt. Be sure to stop by and say hi when you get here.

    Larry

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    ZippyV

    As a dutch speaking customer, why do I get less accessibility features in Windows? Text-to-speech and speech recognition don't work in the Dutch versions yet Windows is more expensive over here.

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    srikalyan

    Simply amazing.

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