Provides Control from Tracking Body Movement

A metal cylindrical device with a black tip and a nut that screws on the end.

A switch that works best when the eye-blink is the only movement the user is able to perform. The sensor is capable of discriminating between random eye-blinks and a purposeful, controlled eye-blink. 

Screenshot of Minecraft software showing eye-controlled functions along the bottom of the screen.

A free, Windows-based program that enables people with severe physical disabilities to use their eyes to play Minecraft.

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. 

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. 

Display screen showing Mesa Ideas logo.

A lightweight eye-control system designed for wheelchair and tabletop use that features a removable binocular system.

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.

EASYeyes menu options.

EASYeyes is an ocular pointing system for communication and computer access.

Various models of pen tablets. They resemble small and medium-sized black and grey tablets with areas for drawing and small menu buttons on the outer edge. The models here are all pictured with the included stylus pen, which resembles a standard touchscreen stylus with a finer tip for precise drawing. Three of the tablets do not have a display; you draw on the surface while looking at a connected computer, which displays your work in real-time. The fourth model is a display/drawing tablet combo.

Allows users to create digital artwork and files by drawing with a stylus on a physical device, similar to a traditional pen and paper. Users can zoom and pan to reach all areas of the digital canvas and can easily erase their marks with a single click or swipe.

Eye gaze camera bar with camera in center.

An eye gaze camera designed to fit under any flat screen monitor or laptop screen.

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.