Provides Control from Tracking Body Movement

Screenshot showing a split screen, with an image of user's eyes on the left and an on-screen keyboard on the right.

Software that enables people with severe disabilities to control a computer mouse with only the movement of their pupil or blinking.

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.

On-screen keyboard featuring buttons to select with various words, including: he, hello, her, help, and hear.

Communication system enables physically challenged users to maintain communication, control their environment, and operate Windows applications with their eyes.  It offers either minimalistic and simple access to core functions or it provides functions to operate a PC as it would be done with touch, mouse, or keyboard.

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. 

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. 

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.

Oval-shaped device with two white knobs on one end, a red band around the center, and connected to a USB cable.

A lip, tongue, chin, finger or toe-operated USB mouse designed for individuals with spinal cord injury or upper extremity amputation or disability.

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.

Black oblong pointed object on a long stem connected to a mechanical arm.

A mouth-operated joystick that enables the user to move the cursor while sipping and puffing triggers clicking and right clicking.

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.