I don't know if you are aware of the Graphing Scientific Calculator we've
developed for the PC and the Braille 'n SPeak (all of our note takers).
It is a very nice product for engineers and scientists and we should try
to get the word out that it exists. Its modeled after the commercial
graphing calculators. It allows plotting up to 10 equations of the form
Y=f(X). It works with the Braille Blazer and most other printers that
have a real graphics mode. It costs $49. for the BNS version and $150.
for the PC version. I'd be happy to demo it for your meeting if that
fits your format.
On Tue, 30 Apr 1996, John Miller wrote:
> Hello folks!
> The National Convention of the National Federation of the Blind is approaching
> soon, so get your reservations in at the Anaheim Hilton.
> The Science and Engineering Division is planning a lot of exciting
> things this year so stay tuned.
> Remember the Science and Enginering breakfast will take place Sunday,
> June 30, at 7 a.m.
> The division will be meeting at the regular division time Monday afternoon.
> See the convention agenda for details.
> This year we will focus on how to hone our skills and get ahead on the
> job. A number of technical talks will be presented as well.
> Melissa Williamson will tell us how she learned to write on the
> chalk board and teach her class handwriting.
> I am her eager student.
> I am in my twenties and I can't write; and what's more,
> the engineers around me can't understand math orally.
> So learning to write is a skill I need quickly.
> This talk should be interesting.
> Brian Buhrow is coordinating a pannel of folks talking about their careers
> in science. Michael Gosse is coordinating the pannel of technical
> presentations. Contact Brian and Mike or me if you have ideas for
> these pannels. Oh, and if there is something else we should
> do this year, tell me and we'll do it.
> John A. Miller bldg T 610-R
> E-mail: email@example.com
> Phone: (619) 658-2689
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