A multi-sensory map of the United States for people who are visually impaired featuring a talking tactile pen, which serves as a "tour guide" that gives the user information about each location visited on the map via multiple layers of audio recordings.
A replacement for a normal PC mouse/keyboard/joystick that is available as a do-it-yourself construction kit. Instead of moving the mouse device with a hand and clicking with the fingers, it can be controlled by applying very low forces to the mouthpiece (joystick) with the user's lips, fingers or other body parts.
Controls the power functions of the wheelchair and is suitable for all wheelchair users. It is an output stage for controlling an actuator or DC motor, so it is controlled outside the wheelchair's electronics.