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> Assistant Version
Welcome to the assistant version
of Eyesight, An Insight. It appears that you have come to the assistant
version for the first time. This is an information page which will
come only once for your knowledge. You can always get this page
from the Assistant image (pull down menu), placed on the top of
Please Note: This version
of this site uses Agent Technology and VB Scripting which are ONLY
supported by Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0+. You need
to have Active X and Java Cookies enabled.
This version has been created just
to enhance your experience to our site. An assistant will appear
and will guide through the whole site, plus the most appropriate
advantages of it is, that you don't have strain your eyes to read
anything on the site... All the information will be read by the
assistant for you.
who would be helping is Genie (copyright Microsoft
Corp.), which uses the Microsoft Agent 2.0 Technology.
For this version to work properly you need a few programs to be
|* not neccessary for running the
version, but reccomended for perfect functioning.
That's total 2.8 MB download (one time) and which is
useable for almost all agent websites on the internet.
These three files are needed to run this version.
If you are not sure we would recommend you to download all the
files. Otherwise the scripts will try to stream the character
file, which on slow or medium connections is not feasible. The streaming
is done through Microsoft servers, therefore we do not have any
hold on them and we can't guarantee their uptime.
Source(s): Agent Technology,
Genie Character file, copyright of Microsoft
Corporation. Text-to-speech engine is a copyright of Lernout
& Hauspie TruVoice.
Did you know ?
About 200 children are diagnosed with retinoblastoma (eye cancer) each year in the United States. This cancer affects about one out of every 20,000 children, accounting for 3.1% of all childhood cancers. Most children with retinoblastoma are under four years of age. About 75% of children with retinoblastoma have a tumor in one eye. In about 25% of cases, both eyes are affected.