Produces mouse clicks through alternative interface

Stacked pictures of a hand with a white, padded device on the index finger.

A wireless mouse emulator designed for use by people with neurological, upper extremity, fine motor or grasping disabilities, cerebral palsy, or stroke or brain injury.

Angled view of black mouse with cord trailing behind it and two plugs on its side.

A standard optical mouse, with two 1/8" plugs for two switches.  Its left and right mouse clicks have been adapted so a switch can be used for activation.  

Screenshot of software showing menu of buttons on left and image of plans on right.

Software that when combined with an eye tracker enables computer access on a Windows PC via eye gaze and switch input, replacing the standard keyboard and mouse. 

Five different models of trackball mice. They all resemble standard mice, except that there is a large trackball affixed to the top. Some trackballs are operated by the palm, so they are located in the center of the mouse. Others are attached where a user's thumb will lie when their hand is resting on the device. Two of the mice have a built-in palm/wrist rest. All the mice are either black or silver/grey. Two of the mice are wireless.

Allows a user to move a mouse cursor without moving their hands. Users roll a trackball that is held stationary, rather than physically dragging a standard mouse across a surface.

A medium-sized rectangular device that is green in color, with various input jacks along its side. In front, there is a red switch connected via jack input.

A switch interface that converts standard switches to wireless Bluetooth switches.

Circular control unit with five buttons along the top curve and one center dial.

A compact multimedia controller that gives the user programmability and ergonomic control over multimedia applications. It features five programmable buttons, a jog dial, and a Shuttle wheel.

Four circular button-style switches in yellow, green, blue, and red.

External switch control that requires little force to activate.

Purple round switch button with cord attached to base.

The USB Switch is a low-profile, 75mm switch with a built-in USB interface.

Homescreen of phone and user controlling screen with head movements

Touch-Free control for your smartphone or tablet. Utilizing the front facing camera with advanced computer vision algorithms, the phone can be controlled with head movements, with any app downloaded from the Play Store.

keyboard with extension that has mouse controls under space bar

ZetMouse Wen is an ergonomic mouse .  It ensures a more ergonomically correct working day in front of the computer, so your work posture is more accurate compared to your neck, shoulders, elbows and wrists. ZetMouse Wen is placed under your keyboard and is to connect to your computer via USB connector and requires no software installation. ZetMouse Wen fits all keyboard lengths and is furthermore manufactured in a cleaning-friendly material. It has buttons for shortcuts.