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EyeGuide Assist is an eye-controlled input system designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. The system includes a headset that mounts a small camera in front of the user's face to track eye movement, a receiver that connects via USB to the computer to transmit the eye movements to the computer, and software. Future software upgrades are included. The system supports three built-in methods to click on links, type, or issue other commands: voice-command, dwell clicking, or blinking. Each method can be modified to meet individual needs. The user has the option to calibrate EyeGuide Assist or to use the system settings without calibration. The headset is adjustable, and the system works in all lighting conditions, including outside or in a dark bedroom for late night work. POWER: The headset requires three AAA batteries. COMPATIBILITY: IBM PCs running Windows or Apple Macintosh. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: For Windows: Windows XP Service Pack 3, Vista or 7; Pentium 4 HT processor or better; 512 megabytes (MB) RAM; 100 MB disk space; CD/DVD-ROM drive or Internet connection (for software installation); one available USB 2.0 port. For Macintosh: Mac OS X 10.5 or later; Intel processor; 512 MB RAM; 100 MB disk space; CD/DVD-ROM; one available USB 2.0 port.
729.00 to 399.00
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