A low-cost, voice-operated computer system has been developed that allows an individual with limited motor ability to control devices in the living environment and to enhance computer program access. The individual is able to interact with a computer to run most available off-the-shelf application programs (for example, a word processor) for the Commodore 64/128 (C64/128). The system hardware is described. The software interface is designed to handle any application program that requests keyboard input from the user.
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|Published - 1987