EyeClick is software that enables people with severe disabilities to control a computer mouse with only the movement of their pupil or blinking. It uses intelligent scanning techniques, which speeds up writing, along with a PC and a webcam, and does not require infrared scanning technology.
- An ocular communicator that can be used with an eye blink or a single movement of the pupil.
- It displays a virtual keyboard, in which the rows are initially scanned.
- When the user closes their eye, the row in which the desired letter is present is selected; so the individual letters are scanned, and the letter to be written is chosen with a second glance.
- In a similar way, the user can move the mouse cursor, so they can not only write but also surf the Internet, send emails, or browse photos.
- Developed based on the requests of disabled people looking for an alternative to the eye pointer.
- Designed for people with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) who are at the last stage of the disease, or for people who are disabled with locked-in syndrome.
- Includes scanned video keyboard and virtual mouse.
- Prediction system that speeds up writing.
- Alphabetic and symbolic keyboards for alternative augmentative communication (AAC).
- Keyboard design software to customize them.
Options & Accessories:
Accessories are available for purchase. These include but are not limited to:
- Notebook computer or all-in-one computer.
- Support with wheels to bring the AIDA all-in-one computer into a comfortable position for the bedridden person.