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Software logo featuring a cartoon image of a smiling face on a computer mouse.

A mouse assistive device that adapts itself to the person’s movements, which makes it suitable for people with cerebral palsy and other motorial disabilities.

White oblong-shaped camera device with a black oblong lens on the right on top of a white pedestal shaped base.

A head mouse designed to provide hands-free mouse control for individuals who are unable to use a traditional computer mouse. 

White, pod-shaped camera device on a white stand/pedestal and a large, black oval-shaped area on the right.

A head mouse that provides hands-free mouse control for individuals who are unable to use a traditional computer mouse.

Angled view of rectangular black electronic device with a display showing control button choices and sound indicators.

A touch-free music system designed to allow people with physical or developmental disabilities to create music by using sensor technology to translate body movement into sounds.

Screenshot of an Android smartphone home screen, with an image of a user controlling the phone via head movements.

An Android app that allows individuals who do not have the use of their hands to control their mobile devices through voice commands and head movements. 

Black device resembling a headband or visor, with two arms that fit over the user's ears. A cable with a blue bite tip at the end is attached to the device.

Bluetooth alternative mouse designed to be worn like a pair of glasses.

4C eye tracking bar mounted to bottom of PC screen.

The Tobii Eye Tracker 4C attaches to the bottom of a computer screen and complements the use of a keyboard and mouse, enabling people to use their gaze as an additional input for computer interactions and gaming and increased accessibility.

Glasses-like item with controls housed on right arm

Vuzix M300 Smart Glasses delivers a “hands free” digital world, providing access to information, data collection and more.

Picture of person with computer lines outlining eyebrows and mouth

A next-gen head mouse with face gesture control via a simple webcam.  Move the mouse with gentle head motions; click, scroll and drag by smiling or dwell. No stickers-on-face, sip-and-puff or head switches are required.

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.