General Input Interfaces

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12-Inch Aluminum Iwand

The 12-Inch Aluminum iWand is a stylus for tablet computers and touch screens designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This stylus has a tip requiring zero downward pressure on the touch screen. This lightweight stylus can be used with devices with a large screen or with cell phones. DIMENSIONS: 12 inches long. WEIGHT: 0.3 inches.

4-Switch Joystick (Model Cm-19)

The 4-Switch Joystick, model CM-19, is a joystick lever that may be moved in any of four directions. Moving it in a particular direction will activate one switch. This joystick is also available with an additional pushbutton switch. DIMENSIONS: 2 x 4.3 x 1 inches. WEIGHT: 6 ounces.

9-Inch Aluminum Roger Iwand

The 9-Inch Aluminum Roger iWand is a stylus for tablet computers and touch screens designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This stylus has a tip requiring zero downward pressure on the touch screen. The length of the stylus makes it most suitable for use with devices that have a large screen. DIMENSIONS: 9 inches long. WEIGHT: 0.2 ounces.

Access4Kids

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype of an accessible touchscreen for tablet devices for individuals with fine motor and/or hand disabilities. Touchscreen computer tablets vary but one unique feature between them all is the finger gestures necessary to perform tasks on the device. Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology created a simple tool, Access4Kids, that augments touchscreens and helps many people with fine motor control issues in their hands operate tablets

Accupoint

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

Adesso Smart Cat Usb Touchpad (Model Gdu-410)

The Adesso Smart Cat USB Touchpad, model GDU-410, is a touch pad designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities. Intended to provide cursor control using a right-or left-hand finger, this device features one-touch vertical and horizontal scroll and zoom, glide extend, and a Cirque driver. The unit has four mechanical buttons and three programmable functions. Sounds and speed, sensitivity, and orientation settings are customizable with installation of the Cirque driver. COMPATIBILIT

Adjustable Touch Screen Mouth Stylus (Model 9089)

The Adjustable Touch Screen Mouth Stylus, model 9089, is a mouthstick for a tablet computer designed for use by individuals with grasping, fine motor, neurological, severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This telescoping stylus is lightweight with a tip that requires minimal pressure. It has an adjustable stainless steel shaft and a plastic bite plate with rubber sleeves that allows the user to firmly and comfortably hold the stylus in his or her mouth. This mouth

Anchored Joystick And Button Computer Control Input Interface

CUSTOM ADAPTATIONPURPOSE: To provide a child with cerebral palsey with a stable interface to control a computer. A commercially available joystick and large button is used in place of a mouse and keyboard to control a computer. A metal plate and screwed stud is attached to the bottom of the base of the joystick. A hole is drilled in the child's desk, and the stud is screwed into a second plate on the underside of the desk. A nut holds the assembly in place while the joystick is in use. The butto

At Accessibility Suite

The AT Accessibility Suite is an on screen keyboard, mouse emulator, screen magnification, and word prediction program designed for use by individuals with fine motor, upper extremity, neurological, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This software package includes computer access utilities for users of pointing devices: My-T-Mouse, OnScreen, CrossScanner, Joystick-To-Mouse, The Magnifier, SmartClick, TouchRight Utilities, and WordComplete (see separate entries). It runs concu

Avatar

The Avatar is a 3D image of a person, with facial expressions included, intended for wireless communication. This app will work on any smartphone with a camera.

Big Screen

The Big Screen is a tablet or touch screen stylus designed for use by individuals with grasping, fine motor, neurological, sever physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This telescoping stylus allows the user to input exerting very low pressure. Three differently colored models differ slightly in diameter. All styluses telescope continuously from fully collapsed to fully extended. The shorter length is suitable for the iPhone, iTouch, or another cell phone, while greater

Biggy

Biggy is a cursor control interface designed to enlarge cursors on the computer screen for people with visual or cognitive disabilities. This program offers a variety of large cursor alternatives, some with animation, that are at least twice the size of the standard cursor. The program also offers replacements for the I-beam cursor and the wait cursor (the watch on Macintosh computers and the hourglass in Windows). Both versions also have an option that automatically "snaps" the cursor to the "O

Biomuse

BioMuse is a cursor control interface designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilites or spinal cord or brain injury. This bioelectric signal controller is a rack-mountable package that enables users to control computer functions directly from muscle or eye movement or brainwave signals, bypassing standard input hardware, such as a keyboard or mouse. This device receives data from four main sources of electrical activity in the human body: muscles (EMG signals),

Bookcrafter Accessible Book Publishing Suite

BookCrafter Accessible Book Publishing Suite is an optical character recognition device designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This device scans printed books and other documents and converts them to accessible digital books (aBooks) that are compatible with screen reader, voice output, and braille output programs (not included) and Digital Talking Book and DAISY formats. Existing PDF files and other file formats may also be converted into aBooks. Teachers' lesson plan

Bookdrive

BookDrive is an optical character recognition scanner designed for use by inidividuals who are blind or have low vision. Once the user enters the number of pages to be scanned, this scanner automatically turns the pages of a book as it is scanned. It digitizes bound content in a variety of formats, at a speed of less than 10 seconds per page, or 500 pages per hour. Other automatic scanning functions include rotation, edge detection, image cropping, and adjustment for brightness and contrast. POW

Braille Sense U2 Qwerty (Model H432Q)

The Braille Sense U2 QWERTY, model H432Q, is a Braille and electronic notetaker and word processor designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This compact, portable notetaker has a 9-key Perkins-style Braille keyboard, a QWERTY (alphabetic) keyboard, a 32-cell braille display, and an optional LCD display. It provides the functionality of a laptop computer, including WiFi, chat, document processing, DAISY playback, GPS, YouTube, Excel, and DropBox. It can perform up to sev

Braille+ Mobile Manager (Model 1-07450-00)

The Braille+ Mobile Manager, model 1-07450-00, is a personal digital assistant (PDA) and voice output electronic organizer designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This braille-input version of the Icon from LevelStar has a Perkins-style Braille keyboard, a 30 gigabyte (GB) hard drive, and built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capability. Features include word processing; an MP3 player; a book player that supports DAISY books and Bookshare; voice recording; an address book, clock

Brain Cap

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype an Electroencephalography (EEG) “brain cap” technology that allows an individual to transfer one’s thoughts into motion. Researchers at the University of Maryland have created a prototype “brain cap” that can transform thoughts into motion using brain signals captured from the cap’s EEG sensors that are attached to user's scalp. The computer connected to the brain cap reconstructs 3D hand movements so that one can control a computer’s curso

Brain Interface Glasses Eye Tracking System

---- 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

Burgess Joystick Controller.

A line of joystick assemblies which can be used to build interfaces for handicapped persons. 2 or 4 switch version. Momentary or latching. Optional lift to operate can be added. Dimensions: 3 inches square by 1. 6 inches deep. Control shaft 2 inches high.

Ceye Eye Control Module

The CEye Eye Control Module is an eye controlled input system designed for use by individuals with severe physical, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities, spinal cord injury, or upper extremity amputation. This unit enables the user to control the mouse by looking at a screen and dwelling (staring at the screen for a certain length of time) to select and blinking to click. Users place themselves in front of the screen for a one-time calibration, after which the system is fully automatic.

Computer Interface For Optical Headpointer.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Optical headpointer and photodetector circuit designed to be immune to false triggering. Describes a photodetector circuit tuned to respond only to light pulsed at 90 Hertz (from a headpointer beam), ignoring shifts in ambient light level and room lighting. Circuit output feeds directly into a computer. Includes circuit diagrams for a lamp driver and a photodetector. COMMENTS: For further information contact: G L Heseltine, Science Unlimited Research F

Cordless Switch Interface (Model H-53-Usb)

The Cordless Switch Interface, model H-53-USB, is a computer switch interface and mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities. This unit provides a place to plug switches into a computer without having to connect a cable to the computer. This unit can also be used as a presentation mouse. It has two switch inputs. When switches are plugged into the jacks, they function as standard mouse-clicks (left or right in Windows; left or co

Crick Usb Switch Interface

The Crick USB Switch Interface is a computer switch adapter designed to make computers switch-operable for individuals with upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This switch interface works with almost all switch accessible software. It plugs directly into the computer's USB port and connecting switches. It will instantly work with Clicker, Cloze Pro, and All My Words 2 (not included) with no set up required. For other switch accessible software, this adapter comes with USB Keys, a

Cymouse

Cymouse is a head operated video game controller designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This control unit allows the user to reassign key functions to slight head motions. It is a five-axis game controller that can be manipulated with the user's head. The unit does not replace the mouse, but can be used as a supplement, giving the user more control over the game. It uses infrared light and math to determine the user's head posi

Dakim Brainfitness System

The Dakim BrainFitness System is a computer with touch screen that comes with a cognitive skills and memory improvement tutorial program designed to enhance or maintain memory and other cognitive functions in seniors, people with cognitive, neurological or memory disabilities or individuals with brain injury. The system consists of a touch screen computer (with no keyboard or mouse), a pair of stereo headphones, and the Dakim BrainFitness Software (see separate entry), which is preloaded onto th

Darci Too

DARCI TOO is a keyboard emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities. This device can be controlled by joysticks, switches, matrix keyboards, or communication aids and supplies Morse Code, scanning, matrix keyboard, Darci Code, and communication aid access to all computer functions.The input device is selected by a setup menu which is displayed on DARCI TOO's display panel. Input devices are connected to one of the three input connectors. Setup ro

Darci Usb

The Darci USB is a Morse-code interface for a computer designed to provide mouthstick access for individuals with upper extremity disabilities. The Darci USB also has audio feedback through a built-in speaker, making it usable by persons who are blind or have low vision. The lightweight Darci USB uses Windows keyboard drivers, and when it is plugged into a computer's USB port, the computer recognizes the device as if it were the keyboard. The Darci USB can be customized to match the user's capab

Disk Drive For Notetaker

The Disk Drive for Notetaker is a disk accessory designed to enable users of Freedom Scientific braille and electronic notetakers (Braille 'N Speak, Type 'N Speak, Braille Lite, or Type Lite; see separate entries) to save any file from a notetaker to a standard diskette. The diskettes are formatted in standard PC-compatible format and are readable by any IBM or compatible computer. The diskettes can be used for data storage or sharing or to serve as a backup of file memory for the notetaker. Thi

Easy Cat

Easy Cat is a touch pad designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities and others who cannot manipulate a mouse. This external touch pad enables the user to control cursor movement by moving a finger on the surface of the pad. Two mechanical buttons emulate a two-button mouse. The unit can be mounted to most surfaces or held in the palm of the hand. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers or Macintosh computers with USB or serial/PS2 connection. DIMENSIONS: 2.7 x 3

Echo Smartpen

The Echo Smartpen is a scanner and digital recorder that records handwritten notes and accompanying audio commentary for people with developmental, learning, cognitive or memory disabilities. The Echo is a functioning pen that uses a high-speed infrared camera to record everything it writes. It also has a microphone embedded in the pen that records lectures or audio notes made by the user to augment the written material. The Echo has an ARM 9 processor, and video and audio recordings are stored

Expert Mouse (Model K64325)

The Expert Mouse, model K64325, is a trackball designed for use by individuals with grasping disabilities or limited dexterity. In the center of this unit is a ball which can be moved with the palm of the hand or the fingertips to control the cursor. The system uses DiamondEye optical tracking. Encircling the ball is a Scroll Ring for fingertip scrolling. On both sides of the Scroll Ring are two large buttons, allowing left- and right-handed users to perform the "left" and "right" clicks of a st

Extreme Reader (Model Er-1)

Extreme Reader, model ER-1, is an optical character recognition (OCR) device designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision. This device is a stand-alone OCR system designed to convert printed text and text stored on compact disks (CDs) or floppy diskettes to audible speech, large screen magnification (television or monitor required, but not included), a transportable electronic file format, or braille. Features include navigation capability, internal speakers, four-button

Extreme Reader (Model Xr-10)

Extreme Reader, model XR-10, is an optical character recognition (OCR) device designed for use by individuals with blindness or low vision or other print disabilities. This stand-alone OCR system converts printed text and text stored on compact disks (CDs) or floppy diskettes to audible speech, large screen magnification (video monitor or TV with VGA Adapter required, but not included), a transportable electronic file format, or braille. This model is a storage reader that reads up to 20 books (

Eye-Controlled Laptop

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a eye-motion control human-machine interface laptop for individuals with disabilities. The Swedish firm Tobii, which specializes in eye control, teamed up with Lenovo to craft 20 prototype Windows 7 laptops with eye control sensors built-in which were presented at CeBIT 2011. One demo the company set up was an Expose-style layout of all open windows, and users were able to target the smallest (Calculator in this case) consistently. The

Eye-Pal

The Eye-Pal is an optical character recognition device designed for use by individuals who are blind or deaf blind. This portable USB scanner/reader connects to a computer and instantly converts printed material into speech, text files, or refreshable Braille (when used with a Braille display from manufacturers such as Freedom Scientific, Optelec, or Handytech). The unit has two lightweight legs that pivot into an L-shaped arrangement from their compact carrying position. This securely supports

Eye-Pal Solo

The Eye-Pal SOLO is a voice output reading machine and optical character recognition device designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This motion activated optical character recognition device reads from a book, newspaper, or other printed material automatically after the material is placed face down on the unit's scanner. Reading stops when the material is removed. When a hand is waved near the reading material, the reading pauses; when the hand passes again, the readin

Eye-Pal Solo Lv

The Eye-Pal SOLO LV is a voice output reading machine and video magnifier designed for use by individuals with low vision. This low vision reading system reads aloud almost any printed material. The unit is composed of a rectangular base with a camera mounted on at the top of an arm that extends from the center of one of the sides of the base. Some controls are located on the side of the base opposite the camera's support arm, and there is a handheld keypad that connects to the base with a cable

Eye-Tracking Electronic Tablet

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype of an affordable eye-tracking electronic tablet computer for individuals with disabilities. Eye-tracking technology and software packages can be prohibitively expensive. Engineering students at Brigham Young University in partnership with EyeTech Digital Systems developed a tablet computer that can be controlled with a person’s eye movements. The prototype is projected to cost under $1,500. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 7. DIMENSIONS (LxHxD

Eyecan

---- 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

Eyegaze Edge

The Eyegaze Edge is an eye-operated communication and control device designed for use by children and adults with cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, brain injury, ALS, multiple sclerosis, brainstem stroke, muscular dystrophy, and similar disabilities. Users make selections by looking at keys displayed on the screen for a fraction of a second (eye gaze). A small camera mounted under the Eyegaze screen takes 60 pictures per second of the user’s eye. Those images are analyzed by a processor that i

Eyegaze Edge Tablet

The Eyegaze Edge is an eye-operated communication and control device designed for use by children and adults with cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, brain injury, ALS, multiple sclerosis, brainstem stroke, muscular dystrophy, and similar disabilities. The unit can be transferred from a wheelchair to a table or desk. Users make selections by looking at keys displayed on the screen for a fraction of a second (eye gaze). A small camera mounted under the Eyegaze screen takes 60 pictures per second

Eyeguide Assist

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 comma

Eyeguide Eye Tracker

The EyeGuide Eye Tracker 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 with a wireless transmitter in front of the user's face to track eye movement, a wireless receiver that connects via USB to the computer to transmit the eye movements to the computer, and software. The software allows the user to calibrate the system to lighting conditions and c

Eyetech Tm4

The EyeTech TM4 is an eye controlled input system designed for use by individuals with upper extremity, neurological or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. The system comes with Quick Glance software. The TM4 unit tracks one or both eyes using dark pupil, single or binocular video tracking with infrared illumination, accurate to 0.5 degree. The standard data rate is 30 frames per second with 1, 5, 9, or 16 available calibration points. Typical operating distance of head motion (h

Eyetech Tm4 Mini

The EyeTech TM4 Mini is an eye controlled input system designed for use by individuals with neurological, upper extremity or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. The system comes with Quick Glance software. This unit tracks one or both eyes using dark pupil, single or binocular video tracking with infrared illumination, accurate to 0.5 degree. Its standard data rate is over 80 frames per second with 1, 5, 9, or 16 available calibration points. Typical operating distance of head mo

Fling

The Fling is a joystick interface for touch screen designed for use with the the Apple iPad tablet computer that can improve access for individuals with neuromuscular disabilities that result in weakness in the hands. It can be used with any game application (or app) that has an on-screen joystick. The Fling should be placed over the game's onscreen joystick. This joystick provides auto-centering and force feedback. It gives the user the feel of an analog joystick, so the iPad games feel even mo

Fling Mini

The Fling Mini is a joystick interface for touch screen designed for use with smartphones or other handheld devices with a touch screen for individuals with neuromuscular disabilities that result in weakness in the hands. Sold in pairs, it can be used with any game that has an on-screen joystick on the Apple iPhone or iPod touch or any Android smartphone. Each unit is made from anodized aluminum and transparent engineering-grade resin that is tough and flexible. The joystick stays in place on a

Frankenkindle

---- CUSTOMIZED ADAPTATION --------- PURPOSE: To create a custom adapted electronic book reader for an individual with cerebral palsy. Glenn, an electrical engineer created the "Frankenkindle" for his sister using an Amazon Kindle and a keypad from a children's reader. This e-reader adaptation features controls that are easier for and individuals with cerebral palsy or other types of fine motor and neurological disabilities to use compared to the standard buttons on the Kindle. The device is mou

Freehand Glove

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.

Gesture-To-Voice Synthesizer

-- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype of a gesture-to-voice synthesizer for individuals with speech or communication disabilities. The gesture-to-voice synthesizer was created at the University of British Columbia by a team led by professor of electrical and computer engineering Sidney Fels. It allows users to put on a pair of sensor-equipped gloves, then move their hands in the air. Based on those hand movements, the synthesizer is able to create audible speech. The gloves conta

Gimpgear Ultra-Precision Usb Joystick Mouse & Pc Game Controller

The GimpGear Ultra-Precision USB Joystick Mouse and PC Game Controller is a joystick mouse interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or neurological disabilities or cerebral palsy. This digital joystick utilizes differential magnetic fields without any mechanical parts to provide smooth operation. A sticky rubber joystick wrap prevents slipping. The user rests a hand passively over the teardrop shaped joystick handle for mouse pointer control. The unit has three large built-

Graphire

Graphire is a mouse and mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity and fine motor disabilities. The size of a standard mouse pad, the set offers three input devices in one: A mouse, a pressure-sensitive pen, and a tablet. The mouse is a three-button scrollable mouse for right- or left-handed use. The mouse has no ball, so it tracks smoothly. The pen features a pressure-sensitive tip and a pressure-sensitive eraser and two side switches for clicks. The pen can be used to

Griffin Mouthstick Stylus

The Griffin Mouthstick Stylus is a mouthstick for tablet computer designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities, spinal cord injury, or severe physical disabilities. This capacitive touchscreen stylus is designed to be held in the mouth, allowing people with limited or no use of their hand to manipulate both touchscreen and button on smartphones and tablet devices. The Y-shaped mouthpiece is made of food-grade stainless steel and the removable cushion sleeves are BPA-free. Th

Gus! Touch Screen For Portable Computers

The Gus! Touch Screen for portable computers provides touch access (finger or pen) to any Microsoft Windows application for people with physical disabilities. The device is placed over the portable computer screen to provide the benefits of "direct selection" at the press of a finger. It requires no batteries, power adapter or bulky control box and is compatible with all sizes of portable computer screens, including 8.4, 9.5, and 10.3 inch screens. DIMENSIONS: The metal frame measures 7 3/8 inch

H-31 Dual Button Box

The H-31 Dual Button Box is a computer switch control interface designed to enable individuals with severe physical, motor control, neurological or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury to control a 2-switch adapted device. The user plugs the switch input of the device he or she wishes to control into the back of the Dual Button Box. One button on the Dual Button Box will "step scan" through the device's menu or options. When the user reaches the desired option or action, he or she

H-46 Scanover (Scanning Voiceover Switch Interface)

The H-46 ScanOver (Scanning VoiceOver Switch Interface) is a computer switch control interface designed to enable individuals with severe physical, motor control, neurological or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury to control an Apple iPad with a switch. This unit has a speaker and headphone jack, a front panel showing the status of the Bluetooth module inside, and a rear panel for the scanning options. The user turns VoiceOver on with triple click and starts scanning with either

H-54-Usb Mini-Switchport For Usb

The H-54-USB Mini-SwitchPort for USB is a computer switch control interface designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities. This unit has two switch input jacks and a retractable USB cable for connecting to a computer. When a switch is plugged into one of the unit's jacks, the switch input becomes standard mouse-clicks (Windows: left, right; Macintosh: click, click), and with installation of the accompanying Switchhopper software, each button can b

H-68 Scan-5

The H-68 Scan-5 is a computer switch control interface designed to enable individuals with severe physical, motor control, neurological or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury to control a TV, Apple iPod, voice recorder, MP3 player, DVD player or switch-adapted toy/device with a switch. This stand-alone device can be used by a person that can operate one or two switches. The user plugs a switch-adapted remote control or device that he or she wishes to control into the Scan-5's 9-pi

H-69 Select-5

The H-69 Select-5 is a control input interface designed to enable individuals with severe physical, fine motor control, neurological or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury to control a TV, Apple iPod, voice recorder, DVD player, MP3 player or a switch-adapted toy or appliance. This stand-alone device features 5 large round buttons: Power/play/pause; Advance forward or Channel up; Go backward or Channel down; Volume up; and Volume down. The user connects a device or remote control

H-86: Capacitive Headpointer

The H-86: Capacitive HeadPointer is a headwand and stylus for tablet computer and touchscreen designed for use by individuals with grasping or upper extremity disabilities, spinal cord injury, or severe physical disabilities. This product is a combination of a capacitive mouthstick and a headpointer, allowing people with limited or no use of their hands to use an iPad and other tablet devices that have a capacitive touchscreen. The fit of the H-86 headpointer is adjustable with a "dial." The mou

H-87 Ipad Vo (Voiceover) Controller

The H-87 iPad VO (VoiceOver) Controller is a large button remote control interface for an Apple iPad tablet, iPhone or iPod Touch designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities or who are blind. The VO Controller connects to the touchscreen device through Bluetooth and uses the keyboard shortcuts built into the Apple iOS VoiceOver accessibility feature (see separate entry) to help the user access the content and functions of the host device. The user can control a screen reader to

H-88 Tablet Handpointer

The H-88 Tablet HandPointer is a stylus for a tablet computer or other touch screen device designed for use by individuals with fine motor or neurological disabilities or arthritis. This capacitive stylus is designed to interact with the touchscreens of an iPad or other tablet. The stylus is mounted on a plastic cylinder, which is grasped in the users palm with the stylus emerging from between the first and second (index and middle) fingers or the second and third (middle and ring) fingers. The

Hand Stylus

The Hand Stylus is a stylus for tablet computers designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities or arthritis. This stylus has a small rubber tip that allows writing, drawing, typing, navigating, and playing games with greater ease and accuracy on an iPad or other tablet or a smartphone or MP3 player with a touch screen. The anodized aluminum hexagonal barrel has the grip of a number 2 pencil, with a knurled collar for fine fingertip control. The tip is retractable and it rotates as

Headhunter Combined Head & Eye Tracking System

The HeadHunter Combined Head and Eye Tracking System is an eye movement monitoring device designed to provide a quantitative assessment of a person's visual scan path while performing tasks in the real world or in simulated environments. The system consists of a helmet mounted sensors and processing electronics that track human eye and head position, computing the person's line-of-sight vector over a 360 degree azimuth (clockwise) and a 180 degree elevation range. Applicable use of this product

Headmouse Extreme

HeadMouse Extreme is an mouse emulator designed to provide full mouse control of computers for people without use of their hands, but who have good head control. It operates from the top of a computer monitor, laptop computer, or augmentative communication device, and measures the user's head movements. The HeadMouse tracks a small disposable target that is placed on the user's forehead or glasses. This device provides a wide field-of-view, supports graphics-intensive applications like drawing a

Headmouse Extreme Wireless Head Controlled Mouse

HeadMouse Extreme is a wireless head-tracking mouse designed for people who cannot use or have limited use of their hands providing them direct select access to their computer or alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) devices.

Headway

Headway is a cursor control interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity and severe physical disabilities. This wireless infrared pointing device provides computer access via a small head worn transmitter. Left, right, up, and down head movements emulate on screen mouse movements. Used with an on screen keyboard (not included), this device enables total head control of the computer. The device's sensitivity is adjustable and with the press of a single mode button, the device op

Hitch Computer Switch Interface

The Hitch Computer Switch interface is a switch adapter for computers designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This plug-and-play switch requires no software setup, making it immediately ready to deliver five sets of functions to as many as five switches at a time. Rows of functions are chosen with a single push of a button. This device can be used with switch-accessible software for single switch access or two-switch scanning. T

Icon

Icon is a personal digital assistant (PDA) and voice output electronic organizer designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Used by itself, this device is a portable electronic organizer and digital talking book player. Used in conjunction with the optional docking station, it is a notetaker and Internet access device. Pre-installed software applications include a calendar, address book, Web browser, e-mail, word processor, music player, podcast player / recorder, voice re

Icrayon

The iCrayon is a stylus for tablet computers designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities or arthritis. This stylus looks like a crayon and has been specifically designed to interact with the touch screens of a smart phone, iPod touch (or other MP3 player), or an iPad or other tablet. It conducts more effectively than fingers. This stylus is useful for touch typing or using with drawing programs and specialty applications. DIMENSIONS (LxWxH): 5 x 0.5 x 6 inches

Ifaraday Mouthstick

The iFaraday Mouthstick is a mouthstick for tablet computer and touchscreen designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities, spinal cord injury, or severe physical disabilities. This touchscreen stylus allows the user to operate devices with capacitive touchscreens with his or her mouth. The mouthstick features a biteable mouthpiece with vinyl tubing on the mouth end and a removable tip module strong enough to press keys on a conventional keyboard. The shaft is made of lightwei

Infoscan

The InfoScan is a hand-held scanner designed for use by individuals with learning, neurological, or physical disabilities. Completely portable, this pen-style scanner enables the user to scan and transfer printed text directly into a PC or to scan, store and transfer up to 500 pages of printed data to a PC, laptop, PDA or any Windows application via Infrared or serial port. The InfoScan recognizes 6 to 22 point font sizes, including text that is bold, italicized, underlined, or inverted. This

Inscribe Dual Ink Touchscreen Stylus And Pen

The Inscribe DUAL Ink Touchscreen Stylus and Pen is a stylus for a touchscreen on a tablet computer or smartphone designed for use by individuals with fine motor or neurological disabilities or arthritis. This pen-style unit has a stylus at the top that is designed to provide increased control when writing, sketching, tapping, and dragging on the touchscreen on a tablet or smartphone. Designed to mimic the finger, the stylus has a soft rubber tip. Twisting the barrel reveals a ballpoint pen. One

Inscribe Executive Touchscreen Stylus And Pen

The Inscribe Executive Touchscreen Stylus and Pen is a stylus for a touchscreen on a tablet computer or smartphone designed for use by individuals with fine motor or neurological disabilities or arthritis. This pen-style unit has a stylus at the top that is designed to provide increased control when writing, sketching, tapping, and dragging on the touchscreen of a tablet or smartphone. Designed to mimic the finger, the stylus has a soft rubber tip. Twisting the barrel reveals a ballpoint pen. Th

Inscribe Pro Touchscreen Stylus And Pen

The Inscribe PRO Touchscreen Stylus and Pen is a stylus for a touchscreen on a tablet computer designed for use by individuals with fine motor or neurological disabilities or arthritis. This stylus is designed to provide increased control when writing, sketching, tapping, and dragging on the touchscreen of a tablet computer. Removing the cap at one end reveals a ballpoint pen. The integrated clip attaches to pockets, bags, or pen loops. Designed to mimic the finger, the stylus has a soft rubber

Inscribe Stylus

The Inscribe Stylus is a stylus for a touchscreen of a tablet computer or smartphone designed for use by individuals with fine motor or neurological disabilities or arthritis. This stylus is designed to provide increased control when writing, sketching, tapping, and dragging on the touchscreen of a tablet or smartphone. The integrated clip attaches to pockets, bags, or pen loops. Designed to mimic the finger, the stylus has a soft rubber tip. DIMENSIONS (LxD): 4.44 x 0.34 inches. WEIGHT: 0.024 p

Ipad Cordless Switch Interface

The iPad Cordless Switch Interface is a computer switch control interface designed to enable individuals with severe physical, motor control, neurological or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury to control an Apple iPad with a switch. This unit has two switch input jacks. When a switch is plugged into one of the unit's jacks, the switch input becomes a tap or touch for any iPad application (app) programmed for switch access. The switch interface connects to the iPad wirelessly usin

Joystick (Model 3185)

A proportional type joystick used for mdoe selection and operation of a Dufco Multimode Interface. During wheelchair operation, this joystick provides precise control of both speed and direction. May be configured with a chin-cup for chin oeration, or a knob for hand operation.

Joystick (Model 3345)

An 8-direction, heavy duty, multiple switch actuator used for mode selection and operation of a Multimode Interface. Requires moderate operating pressure and is intended for hand operation by those with average strength.

Joystick (Model 3361)

An 8-direction, short throw, multiple switch actuator used for mode selection and oepration of a Multimode Interface. Requires moderate operating pressure and is intended for those with average strength. May be reconfigured with either a knob or chin-cup.

Joystick (Model 720)

The Joystick, model 720, is a joystick designed to act as a four way switch for individuals who have physical disabilities. It has a cylindrical handle with a thin base and activates four different devices depending on the direction that the switch is moved (up, down, right or left). It can be used for teaching directionality as well as other spatial relationships. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 4.5 x 7 x 6.25 inches.

Joystick Light With Fingerplate

The Joystick Light with fingerplate is a joystick designed to provide computer cursor control for individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This device features separate buttons for mouse clicks and drag, and the cursor remains in position when the joystick is released. A light flashes when the drag button is active. This device also has a removablefingerplate that isolates each button and the joystick for better control. COMPATIBILITY: Models are available for use on Macintosh computers a

Joystick Plus

The Joystick Plus is a joystick designed to provide computer cursor control for individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This device features separate buttons for click, double click, horizontal/vertical only, drag, and speed. Five cursor speed settings are accessed simply by touching the speed button. The cursor remains in position when the joystick is released and a red light indicates when the drag button is active. This device also has a fingerplate that isolates each button and the j

Joystick Pro

The Joystick Pro is designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This three-button programmable joystick replaces the mouse and the handle can be adjusted in two different modes: spring loaded so the handle automatically returns to center while leaving the cursor in position or non-spring loaded for relative pointing. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computers with a serial port.

Joystick Replacer Box

The Joystick Replacer Box is a control input interface that allows up to five switches to act in place of a joystick for a Commodore 64, 128, or VIC-20. If all five switches are used, pressing each one corresponds to up, down, left, right, and "fire" on the joystick. The Joystick replacer box with switches can operate any software designed to be operated with a joystick on these computers. A short program is provided which will control the 64-Talker or the VIC-Talker speech synthesizers. A speci

Joystick-To-Mouse

Joystick-To-Mouse is a joystick input interface, keyboard controller simulation, and mouse emulator program designed to allow a joystick to control the cursor in the same way a mouse or other pointing device would. It supports up to four joystick button assignments, and any command supported by a mouse button can be assigned to a joystick button. You can store up to 128 keystrokes in a macro assigned to a Joystick button, or you may select from over 60 pre-defined keystroke combinations. Joystic

Kinect Email Interface

-- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype email interface based on the Kinect system technology for individuals with aphasia or other communication disorders. For many sufferers of aphasia, a disorder caused by stroke that impairs the language centers of the brain, writing or typing emails may become difficult. When Chad Rubles's mother had a stroke that resulted in aphasia, he developed an email interface system based on the Microsoft Kinect's approach, using simple hand gestures to

Knfbreader Mobile

The knfbReader Mobile is a cell phone, optical character recognition device, and voice output reading machine designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The user takes a photo of the text to be read with the built-in cell phone camera, and the text is read aloud. An automatic viewfinder tells the user whether the entire document is in the photo. While the text is being read, the device can display the text on the phone’s built-in screen and highlight each word as it is spo

Kurzweil - National Federation Of The Blind Reader

The Kurzweil - National Federation of the Blind Reader is a voice output optical character recognition device designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This handheld unit scans text and reads it aloud with synthetic speech. The user holds the unit's camera over print, and it snaps a picture. In seconds it reads the contents of the printed document in clear synthetic speech. Scanned text can be discarded, stored for later reading, or transferred to a computer or braille no

Light Beam Indicator

Light Beam Indicator is a head-mounted pointing system using both a pointing rod and an adjustable padded nylon headset with a light pointer. The rod, which attaches to the nylon headset, projects out over the forehead and downward. The light pointer is positioned over the forehead and projects a concentrated light beam. Contact manufacturer for information on system options. POWER: Three "C" batteries. DIMENSIONS: 22 inches long. WEIGHT: 11.5 ounces.

Light Beam Indicator (Model 1)

Light beam indicator for an alternative pointing method. For individuals with limited neck, trunk mobility or positioning control. On/off switch, rechargeable power pack.

Light Beam Indicator (Model 2)

Lightweight flexible plastic headwand with washable forehead felt pad, cushioned chin strap and Velcro elastic band closure. Focused light beam indicator is mounted over forehead. Provides alternative pointing method for individuals with limited neck, trunk mobility or control when used with positioning. Weight 3.5 ounces. Light beam indicator has on, off switch adaptable to individual needs. Rechargeable power pack.

Light Pointer

The Light Pointer is an optical pointer designed for use by individuals with physical disabilities. This device projects a spot of light and is designed to be mounted on the user's head and pointed toward objects. The Light Pointer can also be used to activate the Light Activated Switch (see separate entry from this manufacturer).

Light Pointer With Headstick (Model Ii)

Model II Light Pointer with Headstick is a head-mounted pointing system using both a pointing rod and a light beam. An adjustable padded nylon headset holds the mountings for both the rod and the light pointer. The rod projects out over the forehead and downward. The light pointer is positioned over the forehead and projects a concentrated light beam. The light beam is visible under normal room lighting. POWER: Three "C" batteries. DIMENSIONS: 22 inches long. WEIGHT: 11.5 ounces.

Lipstick

LipStick (also known as WordWriter or McIntyre) is an alternate input system for an Apple Macintosh, employing a joystick or track ball in place of the standard mouse and keyboard. Moving the joystick or rolling the track ball is equivalent to sliding the mouse. Pushing the joystick "fire" button or pressing the track ball button is equivalent to clicking the mouse button. WordWriter software presents an image of the keyboard on the computer screen. Included with the keyboard is a predictive voc

Mac Switch Interface

The Mac Switch Interface is a control input interface designed to permit switch control of a Macintosh computer. This plug-and-play unit plugs directly into the ADB connector on the Macintosh keyboard and enables up to five switches to be connected. No software setup is required and the unit is compatible with any switch-ready program.

Maestro

Maestro is a voice output personal digital assistant (PDA) designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This is an HP iPAQ Pocket PC made accessible by means of a text-to-speech application and a tactile keyboard membrane over the PDA touch screen. Functions include a calendar, contact list, notetaking, and access to text files. Notes can be taken directly using the tactile keyboard or an external wireless braille or alphabetic keyboard. Files can be transferred to and from

Magic Cursor 2000

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

Magic Touch

The Magic Touch is a touch screen designed to provide alternative accessibility for individuals with a physical disability who have difficulty using a mouse or a keyboard. It is protected by a scratch resistant coating for durability and is easily mounted to a monitor. This device emulates mouse functions, such as pulling down menus, double clicking, dragging, and moving the cursor. Each unit includes a soft tip pen. COMPATIBILITY: Macintosh or IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:

Magic Touch Screen

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.

Maltron Head / Mouth Stick Keyboard

The Maltron Head / Mouth Stick Keyboard is a 105-key modified keyboard designed specifically for use with a mouth stick or headwand. This Plug-n-Play keyboard has a concave front and a Frequency of Use letter layout with frequently used characters in the central area to reduce head movement for individuals who use a mouth stick or are single finger typists. The unit may be mounted on an articulated arm or positioned flat for single finger operation. The alphabetic keys are positioned in the midd

Micro-Mouse Mouse Pad (Model R7928)

The Micro-Mouse Mouse Pad, model R7928, is a cursor control device tray designed to allow the computer mouse user to work comfortably while reducing the risk of repetitive motion injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. This foam rubber mouse pad provides for smooth mouse operation. It can be adjusted anywhere vertically within a 5-inch range. The pad permanently mounts under a desk with screws (included). The work surface swivels and tips, letting the user adjust the pad to the most comfortable

Mimiopad

The MimioPad wireless tablet is a digital presentation input system that can be used to enable students or teachers with mobility disabilities to write on a classroom whiteboard without leaving their desks. It can also be used in the workplace or in other venues in which meetings are held. The MimioPad is designed to be used with the MimioTeach electronic whiteboard (not included). The unit connects wirelessly to the MimioTeach whiteboard, allowing the teacher to move around the classroom while

Mini Joystick With Pad Switch (Model 50120)

The Mini Joystick with Pad Switch, model 50120, is designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This switch is a four-position gated joystick designed for individuals who can maneuver a joystick, but need a larger switch. The multiple switch is five switches in one; the joystick has four positions, and the fifth switch is activated by pressing the raised pad beside it. This switch can be used to control any device that requires five single switches, or it can be adapted to

Mini Joystick With Push Switch (Model 50200)

The Mini Joystick with Push Switch, model 5020, is a multiple switch designed to control any device that requires five single switches for operation by individuals who have severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. It can also be adapted to form five single or mono switch plugs for controlling any five devices operated by single switches (additional hardware needed). Four switches are activated by moving the hoystick in four directions; the fifth is activated by pres

Mission Control

Mission Control is a switch adapter and voice control module for computer input designed for use by children with neurological, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities. This computer access device uses aFFx activators that enable a child to receive feedback on the amount of pressure applied. The device has four large, colored aFFx activators, a built-in microphone, and the ability to plug in attachments for the child's individual needs, such as switches or a USB camera. The device can

Mouse Emulator (Model 5005)

Mouse Emulator is a device that allows a set of switches to be used in place of a mouse for input to a Macintosh computer. Five input switches are used to produce up, down, left and right cursor movement plus mouse button action. A latching feature is provided to reproduce mouse movement with the mouse button held down ("dragging"). This latching is activated by holding down the mouse button switch for a certain (adjustable) length of time. The speed of cursor movement with the Mouse Emulator go

Mouser 3 Switch Box

The Mouser 3 Switch Box is a switch adapter for computer designed for use by individuals with fine motor and upper extremity disabilities. It allows unwanted mouse buttons to be turned off and operated instead from a switch. With this product, mouse-click software can be accessed with a switch. This product has two PS2 mouse sockets allowing the mouse and another device such as a joystick to be used together, with automatic switching between the mouse sockets.

My-T-Pen

My-T-Pen is an on screen keyboard program designed for industrial and commercial applications to allow a mouse or any other pointing device (including track balls, pens, touch screens, joysticks, puffing devices, head mice, InfraRed, switches and digitizer pads) to operate within any Windows program without, or as an addition to, a keyboard to minimize movement and simplify multi-keystroke actions to a single action for persons with physical disabilities. The software contains 5 different U.S. (

Myo

The MYO is a myoelectric remote control interface for computers designed to provide individuals with fine motor or other disabilities with the ability to control a computer, tablet or smartphone remotely by making hand or arm gestures. The Myo fits around the user's forearm like a bracelet or sweatband. It has sensors that detect muscle activity via myoelectric activity and a 9-axis inertial measurement unit that acts as a motion sensor. Theses sensors allow it to detect changes down to each in

Mytobii P10

MyTobii P10 is a portable eye-controlled communicator and computer designed for use by individuals with neurological or communication disabilities, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, ALS, or spinal cord injury. The screen, eye control device, and computer are integrated into one unit, which mounts to a desk, bed, or wheelchair. The user's eye signature can be calibrated in 10 seconds by sitting in front of the screen and following an on-screen dot. The system can be configured for different ski

Nes Hands Free Controller

The NES Hands Free Controller (HFC) is a cursor control interface device designed to allow input into the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) for all NES games except those requiring the Zapper Light Gun or the PowerPad. The HFC is worn on the chest. A chin- activated joystick on a moveable arm is used to activate figures in the game. Button functions are simulated by use of a sip and puff switch. By sipping or puffing lightly, the A and B buttons are activated; harder sipping or puffing activat

New Yorker

The New Yorker is a stylus for tablet computer or touch screen designed for use by individuals with grasping, fine motor, neurological, severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. The tip of the stylus requires no downward pressure on the touch screen. This telescoping stylus can be adjusted to shorter or longer lengths for use with hand held devices such as a cell phone, personal digital assistant (PDA), global positioning system (GPS) unit, iPad, or iTouch. DIMENSION

Nintendo Joystick Module & Super Nintendo Joystick Module (Model 612, 612-8, 613, 613-8)

The Nintendo and Super Nintendo Joystick Module, models 612, 612-8, 613, 613-8, are modules with a built-in joystick that interfaces with the Nintendo and Super Nintendo Entertainment System for indivudals with physical disabilities. The modules feature top mounted push buttons for override of external capability switches actions (by teacher or therapist, for example). The module's large platform has 4 rubber suction cups to secure it to a table or counter.

No-Keys

No-Keys is an on screen keyboard program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This computer software program displays a virtual keyboard on screen and enables the user to input text into any program using a mouse, track ball, or other similar pointing device. A scanning option is also available for those who are unable to manipulate a pointing device. Whatever keys are typed on the virtual keyboard are sent to the program selected by the user (word processor, E-mail

Orbit Optical Trackball (Model K64327)

The Orbit Optical Trackball, model K64327, is a track ball designed for use by individuals with limited dexterity or grasping disabilities. This unit allows the user to control a cursor by touching a track ball with a finger or palm of the hand. The track ball is linked to an internal optical sensor which requires no cleaning. The unit has a button on either side so it is equally usable by left or right-handed individuals. It connects to a computer through a USB or PS/2 port. COMPATIBILITY: For

Orbit Trackball With Scroll Ring (Model K72337Us)

The Kensington Orbit Trackball with Scroll Ring, model K72337US, is a track ball designed for use by individuals with grasping disabilities or limited dexterity. This track ball enables the user to move the cursor with a fingertip. The track ball is encircled by a scroll ring that allows click-free scrolling through web pages and documents. The unit has an ambidextrous design that is equally accessible to left- or right-handed users. It connects to a computer through a USB port. COMPATIBILTY: Fo

Orcam

The OrCam is voice output navigation and orientation aid with voice input controls, optical character recognition (OCR) reading device, and voice output paper money identifier for people who are blind or have low vision and people with reading or memory disabilities. The OrCam consists of a small camera that can be attached to any standard pair of eyeglasses or sunglasses, a small but powerful computer that can be clipped to a belt or put into a pocket, and a bone conductive earpiece. The camera

Ovation

Ovation is a voice output reading machine designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Its flatbed scanner accommodates newspapers, books, and magazines. Documents are scanned, stored in files, and converted to audio output. Users can move through documents by page, paragraph, or sentence. Up to 500,000 pages can be stored, with up to 20 pages per individual file. File names can be recorded in the user's own voice. Playback features include fast forward, rewind, electronic b

Pac Mate Tns

PAC Mate TNS is a personal digital assistant (PDA) designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This Pocket PC device has an alphabetic keyboard and utilizes JAWS for Windows (see separate entry) for speech output. The alphabetic keyboard uses standard JAWS commands. The device provides access to everyday Windows-based desktop data and software applications, and can run Pocket PC versions of popular software programs to manage information internally or sync up and share data

Paddle Panel

The Paddle Panel is a replacement for hand-held game paddle devices designed to allow better control as well as bilateral manipulation activities. Paddle Panel has two buttons and two knob controls, and plugs directly into the game I/O port on the back of the computer. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple IIc, Apple IIe, IBM PC, and Atari computers.

Palm Joystick Switch (Models 5153 & 5154)

The Palm Joystick Switch is a joystick designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities.This switch consists of a palm rest base with a large textured switch. Four connected devices are controlled by slight movement forward, backward, right, or left. POWER: Uses double-A batteries (not included). DIMENSIONS (LxWxH): 9 x 4 x 3.5 inches. COLOR: Model 5153 has a black base with a silver switch and model 5154 has a blue base with a yellow switch.

Pc Switch Interface

The PC Switch Interface is a control input interface designed to permit switch control of a personal computer (PC). This plug-and-play unit plugs directly into any unused serial port and enables up to five switches to be connected. Four different configurations are available and can be accessed by pressing a function key. No software setup is required and the unit is compatible with any switch-ready program.

Point It

Point It is a joystick mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or grasping disabilities. This USB joystick allows smooth proportional control of all mouse functions, including left click, double click, right click, drag and drop, and latching. The force required to activate the joystick is 9 ounces. The unit also has external switch jacks for users who require a larger target area for the left and right click. The unit comes with TypeMatic, an on screen keyboard progr

Pointer

The Pointer is a stylus for tablet computers and touch screens designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This telescoping stylus is light and super conductive, with a tip that requires no pressure. When extended, it can be used on tablet computers or any other large screen device, and it can be used on a cell phone when collapsed. It can also be used as a pointer. DIMENSIONS: 7 to 15 inches long. The diameter of the handle is 0.375 inches. WEIGHT: 0.4 ounces.

Prc Wobble Switch (Model Ws-1)

The PRC Wobble Switch, model WS-1, is a pressure-sensitive joystick single switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. The switch is activated by pushing against a lever. The lever has a built-in spring and can be pushed in any direction for activation by gross movements. The switch is equipped with a threaded hole for mounting. WEIGHT: 1.8 ounces.

Pupilmouse

PupilMouse is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities, neurological disabilities, or spinal cord injury. This mouse emulator enables the user to move a computer cursor by head movement, and to click or drag by winking. Either eye can be used for click and drag, and glasses can be worn. To use the device, a camera is directed to the face of the user; no settings are necessary. The device can also be operated through other switches.

Quadjoy

Quadjoy is a mouthstick input interface designed for use by individuals with quadriplegia and other upper extremity disabilities. This four-button mouse replacement is controlled with the mouth or chin. The mouse pointer moves in the direction corresponding to the mouthstick movement, and the speed of the pointer can be adjusted by the user. Button activation can be activated with the built-in sip-and-puff switch, a connected external switch (not included), or manually with the actual joystick b

Quadmouse Mouth, Chin Or Tongue Mouse Controller

The QuadMouse is a chin, lip, or tongue switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities, upper extremity amputation, or spinal cord injury. This switch allows access to a computer or other device with a 0.25-inch movement of chin, lips, or tongue. It connects to a device using a USB port. The QuadMouse allows the user to move the pointer and click, double click and right click using the built-in secondary joystick or the included ClickAssist software. It

Qualieye & Qualieye Lite

QualiEye is a cursor control interface designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This program provides a hands-free mouse alternative, enabling users to move the cursor using body movements and give commands using gestures. The program converts head or finger movements into on-screen cursor movements in real time by processing the images of a standard USB camera (not included). The program provides precise cursor control without r

Qualikey

QualiKey is an on-screen keyboard program designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This virtual keyboard enables users to type data directly into Windows applications, run and close applications, manage tasks, manage the start menu and shut down the computer, check on-line help and more. This progran can be fully customized to maximize and speed up the user's ability to input commands and text. QualiSet for QualiKey (included) en

Quicktionary Ii

The Quicktionary II is a hand-held scanner designed for individuals with reading disabilities or low vision. Completely portable, this pen-style scanner enables the user to scan words or a line of text in another language and see and hear them pronounced and translated wherever needed. This pen-style scanner can be set for right- or left-handed use and recognizes more than 300,000 words and phrases. Words, their translations, and definitions are displayed on the scanner in a large font and can b

Quicktionary Ii Multi

The Quicktionary II Multi is a hand-held scanner designed for use by individuals with reading disabilities or low vision. Completely portable, this pen-style scanner enables the user to scan words or a line of text in French or Spanish and see and hear them pronounced and translated wherever needed. This scanner can be set for right- or left-handed use and recognizes more than 300,000 words and phrases. Words, their translations, and definitions are displayed on the scanner in a large font and c

Readingpen2

The ReadingPen2 is a hand-held scanner designed for individuals with reading disabilities. Completely portable, this pen-style scanner is adjustable for right-or left-handed use and enables the user to scan words or a full line of text and see and hear them pronounced wherever needed. A history of the last 80 words scanned is retained. The unit recognizes six to 22 point text, bold, italics, underlining, inverted text, and text from left-to-right or from right-to-left. Individual units include m

Redlite

Optical pointer produces a focused red target pattern on a wall or any object within three feet of the user. Consists of pointer assembly 3 1/ 2 inches long and 5/8 inch in diameter, elastic handband for mounting the light, and battery pack and cable. Weighs less than a single AA battery. Operates for over 200 hours on two C alkaline cells. Mounts on a cap or on a pair of glasses. PVC construction with solid state optical element.

Roller Ii Joystick

The Roller II Joystick is a joystick designed for use by individuals with fine motor and upper extremity disabilities. It has three buttons and three switch ports with matched color coding. It has a USB connector with a PS2 adapter. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible and Apple Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: USB or PS2 port.

Safe-Laser System (Model Sls-100)

The Safe-laser System, model SLS-100, is an optical pointer and keyboard designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities, stroke, or spinal cord injury. The system includes the Safe-laser Keyboard, the uPoint safe-laser, a headband for wearing the laser, USB and audio cables, configuration software, and a charger. The specialized keyboard enables a person to access a computer through head movement when the laser is worn on the head. The laser can also allow the

Sam (Switch-Adapted Mouse) Trackball & Sam (Switch-Adapted Mouse) Joystick

SAM Joystick and SAM track ball are designed to provide adapted computer access for individuals with upper extremity disabilities. These modified pointing devices are designed for both "Adaptive" and "Non-Adaptive" software applications under Windows. The switch is a substitute for the track ball or joystick and can be operated with various parts of the body , such as hands, feet, knees, elbows, head, etc. These SAM devices serve three purposes: First, they function as switch interfaces for sp

Scannar

ScannaR (Scan and Read) is a scanner and voice output reading machine designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This compact flat bed scanner automatically scans text and reads it aloud. Users can control speed and volume of speech by turning a dial. All functions are performed using seven buttons with tactile markings. In addition to reading printed materials aloud, the machine can store up to 500,000 pages of text, and can be used to capture print materials for the Brai

Simcheong Braille Printer And Scanner

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a scanner/printer that can scan and print documents in Braille for individuals who have low vision or are blind. The SimCheong Printer and Scanner is the result of a Korean fairy tale about a young girl and her blind father and how her sacrifices during her life result in her father's eyes being opened and his ability to see. This printer/scanner sounds like a fairy tale in of itself. This device is a compact printer and scanner that ca

Simple Joystick

The Simple Joystick is a joystick mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities who have difficulty using a standard mouse. This unit is a combination of a basic USB joystick with Joystick to Mouse software from Innovation Management Group. It enables the user to point and click in any Windows application just like a mouse, and can be programmed to remember up to four joystick button assignments including mouse functions, text, or macros automatic

Slimblade Trackball (Model K72327Us)

The SlimBlade Trackball, model K72327US, is a track ball desinged for use by individuals with limited dexterity. This unit has three user-selectable modes: (1) navigation mode controls the cursor and scrolling; (2) media mode controls volume, play/pause, stop, and track forward/backward in music and other media; and (3) view mode zooms in/out and pans in pictures and documents. In all functional modes, the user controls the functions by moving the ball with the fingertips or palm. The unit conne

Smart Board 885Ix Interactive Whiteboard System

The SMART Board 885ix Interactive Whiteboard System is a touch screen designed for use by children with learning, cognitive, developmental, fine motor, hearing or upper extremity disabilities. It projects a computer display on a large white borad and enables one or two users to instantly and easily interact with the display's content using their fingers or a pen as a mouse. The integrated system combines an interactive whiteboard with an ultra-short-throw projector for minimal shadows and glare.

Smart Response Le

The SMART Response LE is a wireless student response system and test interpretation and report program designed for use by children with communication, learning, speech or fine motor disabilities. This system features wireless remotes with large LCD screens, big buttons and a range of up to 100 feet; a receiver that connects to a computer using a USB connection and can either be mounted on a wall or placed on a desk; and assessment software that integrates with SMART Notebook collaborative learn

Smart Table

The SMART Table interactive learning center is a touch screen and educational aid designed for use by children with learning, cognitive, fine motor or developmental disabilities. This multitouch, multiuser system is designed to encourage collaboration, consensus building and problem solving. The SMART Table is large touch screen mounted on a cabinet so it lays flat horizontally at a height that makes it easily viewed and used by children. It is intended to provide students with a gathering place

Smoothie 125 Switch

The Smoothie 125 is a low profile, 125mm diameter switch, meant for more comfortable switching. The Smoothie 125 switches are designed so that the switch will operate across the whole area, with minimal operating force and provide tactile feedback. POWER: Examples: USB/Power cord. COLOR: Red, yellow, green or blue. DIMENSIONS: 4.9 inches diameter. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer.

Sniff Controller

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a sniff controller for individuals with paralytis and disabilities ranging from quadriplegia to “locked-in-syndrome.” Individuals who are paralyzed from the neck down may be able to guide their movements by sniffing into tubes. The nerve regions that receives signals from the roof the mouth/soft palate that control the ability to sniff are often unaffected by paralytic injuries and disorders. The scientists at the Weizmann Institute of S

Softstep Keyworx

SoftStep KeyWorx is a foot operated mouse and keyboard system designed to allow computer access for individuals with upper extremity disabilities or carpal tunnel syndrome, or to reduce the risk of repetitive strain injury. This is a hardware and software bundle that translates up/down and left/right foot movements into control values, enabling the user to control the cursor, enter text, select programs, bring a browser window forward, scroll through folders and open documents, send out keystrok

Stylus For Children

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: To create a stylus with common household materials for children with limited fine motor control to access touch tablets. Instructions provided for making a stylus at www.arearrangedlife.com/adapting/ipad-stylus. AUTHOR: Miriam aRearrangedLife.

Stylus Pro

The Stylus Pro is a stylus for tablet computers and mobile phones or MP3 players with touch screens. It is designed for use by individuals with fine motor or neurological disabilities. The stylus has a silicone tip to prevent scratching. Shaped and weighted like a pen, the device is equipped with a pocket clip. DIMENSIONS: 4.25 inches long. COLOR: White, silver, black, purple, pink, or red.

Stylus Pro Jr

The Stylus Pro Jr. is a stylus for tablet computers and mobile phones or MP3 players with touchscreens designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities. This compact stylus aids the user to operate any touchscreen device, and it will not scratch the screen. Compact and lightweight, it enhances the ability to write emails, play games and surf the web. For convenient storage and use, the stylus attaches to the host device by plugging into the headphone jack. DIMENSIONS:: 1.5 x 0.25 inc

Swifty Usb Switch Interface

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

Switch Adaptor Box

The Switch Adaptor Box is a switch adapter for computer designed for use by individuals with upper extremity and fine motor disabilities. When connected to the Penny and Giles Roller Trackball Plus or Joystick Plus (see separate entries), it allows their buttons to be replaced with switches. Connection is made via the switch port on the track ball or joystick. Five jacks on the switch adapter then allow external switches to be used in place of the right/left mouse buttons, drag, double click, an

Switch Click

Switch Click is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. The device plugs into the computer and funtions as a mouse click, providing access to most switch-accessible software. The user retains full accessibility to the standard keyboard and mouse. COMPATIBILITY: For use with Macintosh or IBM and compatible computers.

Switch Interface Pro

The Switch Interface Pro is a control input interface designed to enable individulas with upper extremity disabilities to operate computers using switches. This unit moves easily between Macintosh and personal computers (PC) and enables up to five single switches (not included) to be connected to control computer functions. The unit is preprogrammed with mouse clicks and keyboard functions. Macintosh users can access a mouse click and the numeric keys 0,1, 2, and 3. PC users can access arrow key

Switch Radio-Link

The Switch Radio-Link is a switch interface unit designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This interface allows wireless connection of switches to computers, communication aids, toys, environmental controls, and other devices. The interface enables switches to be operated from anywhere within 12 feet, even through obstacles such as people and furniture. It works with all personal computer (PC) switch software that uses a standard switch interface,

Switchamajig Controller

The Switchamajig Controller is a control switch input interface that allows a person to use an Apple iPad to control remotely up to six switch ports on switch-adapted toys or appliances. The user connects the controller to the adapted item(s) using the included cables, and the Controller connects to an Apple iPad running the Switchamajig app (see separate entry) via WiFi. POWER: Requires 2 AA batteries (not included).

Switchboard

The SwitchBoard is a switch adapter for computer designed for use by individuals with fine motor and upper extremity disabilities. This product is a modified keyboard with switch ports to replicate the most commonly used keyboard presses for switches. Switches are plugged into the appropriate ports as needed. There are jacks for enter and space, which are used by most available switch software; 0, 1, 2, and 3, which are used by Don Johnston software; left, up, down, and right, which are used by

Switchbox

The SwitchBox is a switch adapter for computer designed for use by individuals with upper extremity and fine motor disabilities. The switch adapter plugs into the keyboard port on the computer, and the user can then plug up to eight switches into the switch adapter. Its eight switch ports default to the most commonly used key presses for switch software (Space, Enter, up arrow, left arrow, 0, 1, 2, 3). Software is included that allows the user to program the ports to send alternative key presses

Switchmouse

SwitchMouse is a mouse emulator program designed for users who access the computer with one or two switches or joysticks. The switches connect to the computer via a serial or parallel port to move the mouse cursor, click, and drag. The program provides multiple scanning modes for selection of mouse direction. The program can be interfaced to the EEK program (see separate entry) to allow text entry by direct scanning. The program is supplied with one switch adapter (but switch itself is not inclu

Switchmouse Usb

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

Tagpad

TagPad is a touch pad designed for use in the creation of tactile graphics for persons who are blind or have low vision. The TagPad is used in conjunction with tactile graphics programs such as QikTac (see separate entry) and TraceME (see entry for Tactile Graphics Designer Pro). To create an image in a diagram format suitable for tactile graphics, the TagPad is connected to a computer running one of these programs, and the user traces a photograph, drawing, or other picture placed on the TagPad

Talking Tactile Tablet 2

Talking Tactile Tablet 2 is a tactile graphics display designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This computer peripheral device consists of a touch screen with a hinged weighted frame that holds a tactile graphic sheet in place against the touch-sensitive surface. When the user presses a point on the tactile sheet, the computer provides identifying audio feedback to the user, as a confirmation and elaboration of the information supplied through touching. By this means,

Tandem Master

The Tandem Master is a Morse code computer interface and mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with neurological, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities or cerebral palsy. The unit has switch input jacks for Morse code input (switches not included), plus a USB connector jack and an external speaker jack for Morse code beeps feedback. Features include Morse code mouse functionality, Morse code initiated volume control and speed control, support for multiple menus (up to four) f

Tap‚ÄövѬ¢It

The TAP•it is a touch screen designed for use by individuals with learning, cognitive, developmental, fine motor, hearing and upper extremity disabilities. TAP•it, which stands for Touch Accessible Platform for Interactive Technology, features a 42-inch liquid crystal display (LCD) screen with shatter-resistant, low glare glass that resists mars and scratches. The screen tilts between 0 and 90 degrees. The screen is mounted on a wheeled, height-adjustable stand that has a counter-balance to pr

Tecla Shield

The Tecla Shield is a control switch input interface designed for people with fine motor control or upper extremity disabilities. The Tecla Shield allows a person to use adapted switches or the driving controls of their powered wheelchair to control remotely Android-powered, Bluetooth-enabled electronic devices. The switches or driving controls connect to the Tecla Shield using the included cables through the device's six ports. The ports include 2 3.5-millimeter mono sockets, a D-Sub 9-pin male

Tecla Shield Dos

The Tecla Shield DOS is a control switch input interface designed for people with fine motor control or upper extremity disabilities. The system allows a person to use adapted switches or the driving controls of their powered wheelchair to control remotely an Apple iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad or an Android tablet or smartphone. The Tecla Access app (see separate entry) is required to use the Tecla Shield DOS with an Android device. The switches or driving controls connect to the system using the

Tecla Shield For Iphone & Ipad

The Tecla Shield for iPhone & iPad is a control switch input interface designed for people with fine motor control or upper extremity disabilities. The system allows a person to use adapted switches or the driving controls of their powered wheelchair to control remotely an Apple iPhone or iPad. The switches or driving controls connect to the system using the included cables through the device’s six ports. The ports include 2 3.5-millimeter mono sockets, a D-Sub 9-pin male connector ECU port,

Tekton Entrepreneur Telescoping Stylus

The Tekton Entrepreneur Telescoping Stylus is a stylus for touch screen, tablet computer or cell phone designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This telescoping stylus has an all-metal shaft. It can be retracted for use with an iPhone, iTouch,or any other touch-screen cell phone or hand held device, or it can be extended for use with an iPad. DIMENSIONS: 5 to 12 inches long x 0.3125 inch diameter shaft. COLOR: Black with gold accents.

Terminator

The Terminator is a tablet or touch screen stylus designed for use by individuals with grasping, fine motor, neurological, severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. This is a telescoping stylus with a tip that requires minimal pressure. Its shorter length can be used with an iPhone and its longer length can be used with an iPad. The stylus is so sensitive to the user's hand movements that just barely touching the screen with the tip activates whatever is touched. The

Tft Flat Panel Touchscreen

The TFT Flat Panel Touchscreen is a touch screen designed for use by individuals with learning, cognitive, and upper extremity disabilities. This flat-panel computer touch screen uses thin-film transistor (TFT) technology. It has a bright display that doesn't move away when pressed, and that can withstand severe shock and continual vibration. Its housing is cast aluminum. OPTIONS: Desk mount with heavy non-slip base, swing arm mount with clamp or plate for bolts, or swivel mount. SIZES: Choice o

The Sixth Digit

The Sixth Digit is a stylus ring designed to help individuals with hand impairments, such as quadriplegia, perform daily tasks (e.g., use a keyboard, a touchscreen device with small buttons, a microwave and stove). The Sixth Digit is unique in that it gives the user freedom to perform other tasks while wearing it - users can even push their manual wheelchair with it on. The Sixth Digit is in the initial stage of the production process and can be pre-ordered at: https://www.kickstarter.com/projec

Touch Monitor (Models Hm17, Lm17, & Tm17)

The Touch Monitor, models HM17, LM17, and TM17, is a computer monitor with touch screen designed for use by individuals with learning, cognitive, and upper extremity disabilities. Each model features a cathode ray tube (CRT) monitor fitted with Surface Wave touch technology from Elo TouchSystems, Inc., that requires no force and works just as well with fingers, a gloved hand, or a soft stylus pointing device. The monitors have thick, scratch-resistant glass, and continue to work even if scratche

Touchstar Plug-N-Play Touchscreen

The TouchStar Plug-N-Play Touchscreen is a touch screen designed for use by individuals with cognitive or severe physical disabilities. The touch screen has serial, PS/2, USB, and ADB connections, and comes with touch screen drivers that support all versions of Microsoft Windows, Mac O/S, Linux, and DOS. COMPATIBILITY: For use with Apple Macintosh or IBM and compatible computers. DIMENSIONS: Available monitor sizes include 15, 17, and 19 inches.

Touchtec Multi-Function Capacitive Touch Screen Mouth Stick

The TouchTec Multi-function Capacitive Touch Screen Mouth Stick is a mouthstick for a touchscreen or tablet computer designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities, spinal cord injury, or severe physical disabilities. This lightweight mouthstick allows the user to work, create or navigate on all devices with a touchscreen with his or her mouth. The mouthstick can be operated with light pressure, even at extreme angles. The device comes with two replaceable mouth bites made of

Touchwindow

The TouchWindow is a touch screen designed to provide computer access for individuals who are unable to use a mouse or who have cognitive or learning disabilities. When this touch screen is connected to a computer, touching an on-screen object or word with a finger or stylus will generate input to the computer. This enables users to concentrate on the learning task because there are no intermediate steps or devices to interfere with their attention. Selection of commands, composition of graphics

Towerpower

Tower-Power is a computer switch adapter designed for use by individuals with cerebral palsy, neurological or upper extremity disabilities, or spinal cord injury. The device is mounted over the power button on a PC, and connected to a switch (not included) placed where the user can reach. This enables the user to turn on the power from a more convenient position, or using a switch that requires less dexterity or force. This device comes with solenoid casing (aluminum housing with LED light), a V

Trackball Pro

Track Ball Pro, formerly RollerMouse, is a track ball designed with four buttons contained in a small box for individuals who have upper extremity disabilities or who have repetitive motion disorders. The user moves the ball manually to emulate mouse functions. Each button activates an additional feature; these include a "click-lock" feature which allows dragging, scrolling, and drawing without holding a button down continuously, a total left/right control, and multiple resolutions. It is design

Twiddler, The (Model Hkt-35)

The Twiddler is a 5-inch long pocket-sized mouse pointer and full-function keyboard in a single unit that can be used with either the right or left hand. The unit is equipped with a 6-foot cord and will work as far as 50 feet away from the computer. This combination unit is good for individuals who do computer work from a bed, one-handed individuals, or individuals with difficulties accessing a keyboard and a mouse. The Twiddler has three rows of keys on the front surface. Each row is designated

Universal Add-On Touchscreen

The Universal Add-On Touchscreen is a touch screen designed for use by individuals with cognitive or upper extremity disabilities. This add-on device is designed to be installed on an existing CRT monitor. The touchscreen uses analog resistive technology and its frame is made of high-impact acrylic. OPTIONS: 12-bit touchscreen controller to provide touchscreen resolution to 4096 x 4096 points. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple Macintosh or IBM and compatible computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows

Usb Switch Interface

The USB Switch Interface is a switch adapter for computer designed for use by individuals with fine motor and upper extremity disabilities. This switch adapter connects from one to five single switch input devices to a computer. It supports industry standard single switch software applications written for one to five single switches. Switches that have a standard 1/8-inch mini-plug fit directly in the jacks on the interface. Switches with plug sizes other than 1/8 inch can be used with an adapte

Usb-Uirt

The USB-UIRT is a computer input interface designed for use by individuals with mobility or severe physical disabilities. This infrared (IR) receiver and transmitter connect to a computer through a USB port. Together with a software package like Girder (not included), this unit allows the computer to be controlled by any infrard remote control, such as a TV remote, with a reception range of eight meters. The unit can also send infrared signals to control audio/video equipment, such as a DVD play

Vacuum Wand

The Vacuum Wand is a mouthstick designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities, spinal cord injury, and severe physical disabilities. Made of aluminum and plastic, this device is designed for turning book or magazine pages. Features include a suction cup tip and two interchangeable ends that can be cut to the desired length. DIMENSIONS: The shaft is 18 inches long.

Vertical Wobble Switch (Model 1070, 1070-8)

Vertical Wobble Switch, models 1070 and 1070-8, is a single switch activated by bending a flexible rod for individuals with severe physical disabilities. The switch is designed to be activated by any action or gross body movement. It will activate any device attached to it and then will return to its original position. The switch is mounted vertically on a base and secured with four rubber suction cups. DIMENSIONS: 6 x 6 inches with a 5-inch long shaft.

Voicenote Qt

VoiceNote QT is an electronic notetaker designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. Input is made through a standard alphabetic (QWERTY) computer keyboard while output is delivered through synthetic speech. This notetaker has a Windows CE operating system and a program suite that includes a word processor that can read and write files in Microsoft Word format; a planner with a calendar, scheduler, and diary with audible alarms; an address list manager; an e-mail program with PO

Vt2

The VT2 is an eye controlled input system designed for use by individuals with upper extremity, neurological or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This unit tracks one or both eyes using dark pupil, single or binocular video tracking. It is accurate to 0.5 degree. The VT2's standard data rate is over 80 frames per second (FPS). Its typical operating distance for head motion is 13 x 6.3 x 15.8 inches. It can be used with communication software, to send email, to surf the web, to

Wafer Switch (Model 50180)

The Wafer Switch, model 50180, is a touch switch designed with five membrane switches in one low-profile housing designed for use by individuals with gross motor skill use and a large range of motion. This switch is a multiple switch used to control any device that requires five single switches for operation, such a as a wheelchair or a communication aid. It may also be used to control up to five separate devices which are operated with a single switch. This switch has five large, slightly reces

Wico Touchscreen Stylus

The WICO Touchscreen Stylus is a stylus for touch screen designed for use by individuals with grasping, upper extremity or fine motor disabilities or arthritis. A stylus with a soft cloth tip (included) is mounted on a ring holder that fits on any finger, eliminating the need to grip or squeeze the stylus. The stylus can be extended from the ring holder or retracted into the holder using a sliding button. The manufacturer states that the WICO Touchscreen Stylus is appropriate for use with the B

Wireless Switch Link

The Wireless Switch Link is a control input interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This unit is an infrared two-switch interface for remote computer operation. The device comprises a receiver that plugs into the serial port of a computer and a transmitter into which switches (not included) are plugged for use at a remote location.

Wobble Switch

The Wobble Switch is a touch switch designed to be activated by any body part for individuals who have physical disabilities. Through swiping action or any gross body movement, this switch will activate any switch adapted device and then return to its original position when released. It is mounted on a gooseneck an a cast iron base.

Wobble Switch (Models 1060 & 1063)

The Wobble Switch on 13-inch Gooseneck is a touch switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities. A swiping motion or other gross body movement will activate the switch; when released the switch returns to its original position. The awitch is mounted on a flexible gooseneck. Model 1060 is mounted on a microphone stand with a cast iron base. Model 1063 has an accessible wheelchair clamp. DIMENSIONS: The gooseneck is 19 inches long.

Woodpecker

Woodpecker is a switch or joystick computer control interface designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities. This hardware interface connects to a computer's serial port and can be used with one or two switches or with a joystick. The hardware comes with two software programs: JoyMove, which enables the user to move the mouse cursor on the screen using a joystick connected to the hardware interface; and Woodsoft, which allows the user to make action-reaction gam

Woodpecker Usb

Woodpecker USB is a switch or joystick computer control interface designed for use by individuals with fine motor or upper extremity disabilities. This hardware interface connects to a computer's USB port and can be used with one to five switches or with a joystick. The hardware comes with two software programs: JoyMove, which enables the user to move the mouse cursor on the screen using a joystick connected to the hardware interface; and Woodsoft, which allows the user to make action-reaction g

X-Keys Controller (Usb)

The X-Keys Controller (USB) is a keyboard interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. This unit is a compound programmable keyboard and joystick designed to provide access to custom or stock software and can be used in conjunction with the standard keyboard or as a stand-alone keyboard for applications not requiring a standard keyboard. The patented built-in joystick offers precise control with little movement and the design permits additional contr

X-Keys Desktop

X-Keys Desktop is a keyboard interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. This unit is a keypad with 20 user-programmable keys that provide one-button access to shortcuts such as macros and hotkeys. Users can create their own macros with keystroke programming. The keyboard comes in USB or PS/2 versions. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM and compatible or Macintosh computers. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: For PC, 2000, XP, or Vista operating system. For Mac, OSX o

X-Keys Foot Pedal

The X-Keys Foot Pedal is a keyboard interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. This unit is a programmable keyboard designed to provide access to custom or stock software and can be used in conjunction with the standard keyboard or as a stand-alone keyboard for applications not requiring a standard keyboard. The unit provides three foot pedals that can be programmed to replace keyboard commands; a separate command can be programmed with the pedal

X-Keys Pro

The X-Keys Pro is a keyboard interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. This unit is a programmable keyboard designed to provide access to custom or stock software and can be used in conjunction with the standard keyboard or as a stand-alone keyboard for applications not requiring a standard keyboard. The unit provides 58 user-programmable keys that accept multiple keystrokes, enabling multiple keystrokes to be programmed to a single key. Informa

X-Keys Usb Switch Interface

The X-Keys USB Switch Interface is a computer control input interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This unit enables up to 12 single switches (not included) to be connected to a computer to activate standard or onscreen keyboard and mouse commands. The unit is programmable by flipping a switch on the side of the unit, pressing a switch, and keying the desired function or sequence from the main keyboard. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM and compatible computer

Zoom-Twix

The Zoom-Twix is a video magnifier and optical character recognition (OCR) device designed for use by individuals with low vision. This system combines a digital scanner and OCR with a zoomable long distance camera to capture and magnify what's on a blackboard or whiteboard or on a desk, all controlled from a laptop computer keyboard. The foldable stand holds two autofocus cameras, while the edges of the stand and its anodized aluminum support legs act as an alignment guide for material to be sc

 
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