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This is part 2 of the RBC orientation kit for users of the talking ATM, designed by T-Base Communication, c.1997, with c.d. alongside

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A hand-held light sensor developed by James Swail at the National Research Council of Canada in 1966.

The fifth model of a punch card reader invented in 1970 by James Swail of the NRC to assist computer programmers who were blind or partially sighted.

One of the initial models of a punch-card reader invented in 1968 by James Swail of the NRC to aid computer programmers who were blind or partially sighted.

An accessible calculator, designed and adapted by James Swail of the NRC around 1975 that converted the visual digital display through an auditory and tactile board.

An accessible ammeter, first manufactured by Bach-Simpson and adapted by Swail as part of the NRC program for developing assistive devices for people who were blind and partially sighted.

An accessible clock developed by James Swail in 1975 at the NRC that converted digital display through a auditory and tactile P.C. board.

This is an image of the street signs at the corner of Bank and Queen, near the RBC Branch (99 Bank) where the world's first talking ATM was installed in 1997.
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