AccuPoint is a mouse emulator and computer cursor control interface designed for use by individuals with fine motor control or upper extremity disabilities or amputation, cerebral palsy, or spinal cord injury. While distinguishing tremors from intentional movements, this movement tracking system enables the user to control the mouse and type letters with movements ranging from very small to very large. The unit mounts on the back of the user's computer display and plugs into the computer with a
Boost Tracer is a head-controlled mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, ALS, carpal tunnel syndrome, or any other disability where the user lacks the hand control to use a standard mouse but retains good head movement. A micro-gyroscope senses the user's head movements, then transmits those movements to the computer using radio frequency (RF) waves, with an operating range of up to 15 feet. Custom switches
---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a brain controlled interface pair of glasses that can be used by individuals with severe mobility disabilities and neurological disorders to control a computer. The glasses were created from off-the-shelf materials by PhD student William Abbott and Dr. Aldo Faisal, a lecturer in neurotechnology at Imperial College in the United Kingdom. The system has two basic components: (1) an eye tracking system that an individual wears on his or her
---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of an eye-controlled mouse for individuals with upper extremity disabilities or who are upper extremity amputees. EyeCAN is a eye controlled input system mounted on a pair of glasses that is capable of tracking the user’s eye movement and translating those movements to a cursor on a computer display. AUTHOR: Edwin Kee. TITLE: Samsung eyeCAN mouse for disabled folk. WEBSITE: Ubergizmo. REF: http://www.ubergizmo.com/2012/02/samsung-eyecan-mou
The H-42 Mini-Keyboard is a mini keyboard designed for use by individuals with limited finger dexterity or range of motion. The device, which resemble a PDA or smartphone with a keyboard, comes with a small receiver that is plugged into a computer's USB port. The keyboard unit communicates wirelessly with the receiver via radio frequency (RF). The keyboard buttons require specific effort to depress. The print on the buttons is very small and each button has an alternate function when SF is toggl
IndeMouse is a mouse or track ball interface designed for use by individuals with arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, cerebral palsy, or fine motor, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities. This USB device translates movements of a pointing device, such as a mouse or track ball (not included), into mouse functions such as click, double-click, or drag. It can be used by individuals who are able to move a pointing device but who have difficulty clicking a button or holding one down. This plug
The Interactive Mouse for PC is a compatible mouse designed for people with hand disabilities to allow the user to make a left click selection with a capability switch while an adult controls the mouse movement. Move the mouse over a desired area on the screen, and then the child activates his or her switch to select the item. Teaches cause and effect, directionality, and increases visual attention.
J-Pad is a unique, highly intuitive joystick interface providing comprehensive switch access to all iPad functions - including Apps, music & media, iBooks, still & video photography, on-screen keyboard entry and more. Connecting wirelessly to the iPad using Bluetooth 2.1, J-Pad is simple to set-up and easy to use with touch sensitive buttons to launch and close Apps. Provided are two sockets to connect up to two wired switches. POWER: Rechargeable battery (included) + USB. COMPATIBILITY:
The Lomak (Light Operated Mouse And Keyboard) is a modified keyboard designed for use by people who have difficulty using or are unable to use a standard mouse and keyboard, including people with upper extremity disabilities, neurological disabilities, arthritis, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy and carpal tunnel syndrome. The Lomak’s keys are arranged in three circles with each key equidistant from the confirm key so that the keyboard can be operated with very small moveme
The Magic Touch Screen transforms any standard monitor or notebook computer into a scratch-resistant, touch-interactive device. It detects a user's touch for mouse cursor movement, clicking, double clicking, and dragging. The Magic Touch Screen works most effectively with any mouse-driven software.
Moozi Wheelchair Joystick is designed for individuals with neurological, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities to operate a power wheelchair with compatible controls or with adaptors. It can control a range of other equipment including a computer mouse and programs. The Moozi can be positioned on a tray or table, using Velcro or a non-slip mat. It has a smooth, light sliding action (190g force). It has a low profile that allows the hand to rest in a natural position. Moozi is also su
The Mouse Button-Box is a switch-adapted mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or severe physical disabilities, spinal cord injury, or cerebral palsy. This interface is available with left- and right-click buttons on the left, left- and right-click buttons on the right, one large button on the left, or one large button on the right. Pressing two adjacent buttons moves the cursor diagonally. The unit has a USB connection so it works on both Macintosh and Wi
The Notesai is a modified keyboard designed for use by people with upper extremity disabilities, neurological disabilities, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s disease, or spastic quadriplegia. Based on the Lomak keyboard (see separate entry), the Notesai is designed especially for people with head control. The keys are arranged in three circles with each key equidistant from the confirm key; however, in comparison to the Lomak the alphabetical keys are spaced further apart to accommodate tremors and in
---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a computer mouse alternative for individuals with fine motor disabilities and other disabilities the restrict the use of the hand. The Ringbow is a ring worn on the user’s finger that operates as a mouse letting the user control the touch functions for a touchscreen computer. The Ringbow works with the touchscreen electronic tablet technology allowing the device to know which finger is touching the display. With the Ringbow on, the user
The Swifty USB Switch Interface is a switch interface designed to provide mouse or keyboard emulation for people with severe physical, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This device can output mouse clicks, joystick button actions, or keyboard functions. This device It accepts standard 3.5-millimeter (mm) stereo or mono plugs for directly connecting up to two adaptive switches. When used with Beam (not included; see separate entry), the device supports three inp
SwitchMouse USB is a mouse emulator and switch or joystick input interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This interface allows the user to connect switches to any computer to operate various computer programs by translating switch activation into mouse clicks or button depressions. The individual movements of a conventional mouse are simulated by either a joystick or several single switches, which are directly connecte