The Jouse 2 is a joystick-operated mouse that is controlled with the user's mouth. Users can move the joystick with their mouth, cheek, chin, or tongue to shift the mouse cursor. Using a built-in sip and puff switch allows users to perform typical mouse button functions.
Eye-Pal SOLO is self-contained motion activated reading device that instantly reads from any book or printed material. Motion activation allows the user to stop and start reading by waving their hand near the reading material. Allows connection to a computer monitor for reading onscreen text. A custom keypad allows saving and restoring pages, reading by word or by sentence, changing voices, and customizing how text looks on the monitor.
MyTobii P10 is a portable eye-controlled communication device. Includes a 15” screen, eye control device and computer integrated into one unit. The user can opt to connect to a power source, such as a wall socket, power wheelchair or separate battery. The device can be mounted for use at a desk, wheelchair, bed or anywhere suitable for the user.
The IntegraMouse enables the user to activate all mouse functions with as little as 10 grams of lip pressure. Left and right mouse clicks can be made with the built in sip and puff switch. Use this tool for students who cannot access a standard mouse and have breath control.
The EyeTech TM3 is a compact and portable eye tracker capable of tracking with one or both eyes that can be used with any Windows-based communication software. Available either as an add-on for an existing computer or speech device, a desktop setup or a portable touch screen.
EyeTech Digital Systems provides eye tracking systems that allows users access to computer technology using only their eyes. The software is designed to run in the background while the user is working with standard Windows applications. It allows the user to place the mouse pointer anywhere on the screen simply by looking at the desired location. "Clicking" can be done with an eye blink, a hardware switch, or by staring (dwell). Use this tool with students who cannot access a standard keyboard and mouse and who can control eye movement.
Many students with physical disabilities find mathematics and science extremely difficult to write. The equations and graphics are too difficult to construct with standard tools. This product is designed to provide students with special needs the assistance they need.
A one handed keyboard that can be configured to match an individual's needs. Can be either right or left-handed.
The QuadJoy is a mouth controlled joystick. Use this device with students who are able to control movement with their mouth or chin. Also has sip and puff capabilities.
The ELO LCD touch monitors are available in three sizes: 15”, 17” and the new 19” model. The flat panel comes with a removable tilt base with a VESA mounting option. Impervious to liquid spills and splashes, humidity and wash down, these screens are the most contamination resistant available. Drift free operation for a lifetime of 35 million finger touches.