Tracker 2000 is a hands free mouse designed for use by individuals with quadriplegia or upper extremity disabilities. The device provides complete computer control by tracking the movement of a tiny reusable dot worn on the user's glasses or forehead. This wireless mouse is compatible with both desktop and laptop computers and features adjustable speed and sensitivity settings to accommodate the user's head movement capability. The camera offers a 50-degree field of view and can be mounted verti
Screendoors 2000 is an on screen keyboard, abbreviation expansion, and word prediction program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. The program offers the choice of a standard QWERTY keyboard, an alphabetical keyboard, and a frequency of use keyboard. The word prediction feature enables the user to type a few letters and the program provides a list of words beginning with those letters. The abbreviation expansion feature enables the user to type an abbreviation, and
The Discover:Ke:nx Evaluation Set is a keyboard interface kit designed to offer a wide range of computer access features for multiple users with physical disabilities. The package includes Ke:nx, PCA Checklist, Big:Calc, Kids in Action Icon Gallery, Key Largo, Macintosh TouchWindow; KeyGuard 128 for Key Largo, DJ (Don Johnston) Switch Kit, and Write:Outloud (see also separate entries). COMPATIBILITY: For use on Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: ADB port, hard drive, 8 megabytes RAM, and
Discover:Screen is an on screen keyboard program designed for use by individuals who cannot access a standard keyboard. This voice-output program provides point-and-click access to keyboard letters, whole words, and communication phrases. This keyboard has choices for entering text, talking phrases, and options for performing macros. The package includes ready-made files that match popular programs, as well as text entry, number pad, training files, talking files, a 500-image graphic library, an
The Discover:Board is a keyboard interface designed for use by children and adults with upper extremity, visual, or cognitive disabilities. This voice output keyboard speaks letters, words, or sentences to provide auditory feedback and can be used with such applications as ClarisWorks, Co:Writer, Write:OutLoud, Speaking Dynamically, and the Internet. The set includes the large membrane keyboard, four keyboard overlays, overlay creation software, support for a variety of programs, text entry capa
Tracker One is a hands free mouse designed for use by individuals with quadriplegia or upper extremity disabilities. The device provides complete computer control by tracking the movement of a tiny reusable dot worn on the user's glasses or forehead. This wireless mouse is compatible with both desktop and laptop computers and features adjustable speed and sensitivity settings to accommodate the user's head movement capability. Tracker One offers two modes of tracking: regular mouse mode is desig
WISP 2000 is a control switch interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This wireless device has built-in sip/puff capability and it can be used with any other ability switch connected to the built-in three millimeter stero jack to create wireless control. This switch can transmit two switch closures, and can be used as a remote switch interface for single switch scanning software or for any device controlled by a single or dual switch. WISP 2000 can also be us
The Discover:Switch is a single-switch keyboard modification and on-screen keyboard program designed to enable children with physical disabilities to access popular educational software. The voice-output switch enables students to use educational software, send e-mail, and operate multimedia programs. The switch includes all necessary software to enable it to display and speak a standard keyboard layout or to display and speak words, phrases, or sentences displayed in a keyboard-style matrix. Wi
MAgic Cursor is a cursor control interface designed to provide all mouse functions without the need for buttons or switches for individuals who have little or no hand strength or who have other upper extremity disabilities. By using a dwell selection to operate, Magic Cursor enables the user to perform all mouse functions by moving the cursor. When the cursor dwells on the item where the user wants to perform a funtion, it changes to the funtion box. With the function box, one can move left to
Key Largo is a modified keyboard designed for use by indivisuals with upper extremity or cognitive disabilities. This membrane keyboard can be set up with as few as two keys for simple choice making or it can be set up with a full 128-key latout for maximum functionality. The flexibility of the keyboard enables the user to have his or her own specific number of keys, keyboard configuration, specific letters, and specific pictures and/or speech feedback for communication and learning needs. Using
Discover:Kenx (pronounced "connects") is a keyboard interface designed to enable individuals with upper extremity, severe physical, or cognitive disabilities to access a computer using a choice of methods other than a standard keyboard. This device plugs directly into the keyboard port and enables customization for multiple users; the system remembers user preferences and automatically selects the appropriate set-ups. For example, one or two switches can be connected for scanning access, Key Lar
Candy Corn Proximity Sensor Switch is a highly sensitive switch designed for use by individuals with neurological or severe physical disabilities such as cerebral palsy and spinal cord injuries. This mechanical switch does not require physical touch to activate. The user can wave their hand or another portion of their body within 10 millimeters of the switch to activate. Visual and auditory cues occur when the switch is activated. Orange lights activate for visual cues and a beeping sound is eli
AbleNet's Freehand provides computer access by touching fingers together with the use of a specialized glove. With any amount of limited hand movement, an individual can configure Freehand to replicate any computer keyboard command. Type, click, tab through options – anything one would need to do with the touch of a finger. The Freehand should be thought of as a wearable computer interface.
VideoBrix is a personal video communicator designed for individuals who have a speech impediment, difficulty speaking, autism or cognitive disabilities. Records video messages or reminders for up to 90 seconds in length. The screen shows which button to press to play or record a message and has a built in camera and microphone. Features a built in magnet to attach anywhere. SIZE: 2.5 inches. BATTERY: Rechargeable with included USB cable. COLOR: White.
The Candy Corn Switch is a proximity sensor switch for people unable to physically operate traditional switches. It activates without the user having to physically touch the switch (within 1 centimeter of the switch). Features beeping sound for auditory cues.
The BigKeys LX, Color / QWERTY is designed for use by children and adults with manual dexterity disabilities or low vision to locate and hit the keys. This model of BigKeys LX has multi-colored keys in standard QWERTY order. This keyboard is intended for users with advanced keyboard needs, who would benefit from the large, brightly-colored keys. The QWERTY key layout is for users accustomed to the standard QWERTY key order.
The Rigid Keyguards for BigKeys is designed for use by children and adults with manual dexterity disabilities or low vision to locate and hit the keys. The device is made of clear, rigid, break-resistant plastic. The keyguard attaches easily to the users BigKeys keyboard and helps to stabilize fingers on the right key while minimizing errors. Allows the user to rest hands over the keys.