TAPit is the first ADA compliant interactive learning station designed to recognize the difference between an arm resting upon the screen and a finger or assistive device intentionally tapping an image. The device is within reach for people using wheelchairs, walkers or other mobility devices, providing full access to the screen with easy adjustments that adapt to individualized needs.
With the touch of a button, the TAPit can move up or down, and the 42″ interactive LED panel has a tilt capability from 0 – 90 degrees. The large, touch-sensitive screen supports the use of on-screen keyboards or voice recognition for typing; switch/scanning for mouse control or cause/effect programs; screen readers for text-to-speech capability; as well as screen magnification programs.
The platform works with virtually all educational and assistive software programs that you’re currently using.
The motorized height and tilt adjustment allow a customizable workstation for each specific user or group of users’ needs. Everyone can benefit from the various heights the platform reaches. The tilt adjustment accommodates users in wheelchairs, walkers and other mobility devices who cannot access a wall-mounted interactive whiteboard.
The TAPit has both intended touch and multi-touch – allowing up to 80 simultaneous touch points. Gesturing is also supported to allow for zooming with two fingers or hands
The monitor includes internal speakers. However external speakers are also available. TAPit comes with a 3-year limited warranty.