Adaptive Mice

Mice that are of different size, shape, or movement requirements than the conventional mouse.
Drawing of a white rectangular input device outlined in black superimposed over a smartphone with a grid on it.

An app that enables users to control their Android device with a joystick, gamepad, keyboard, or switch.

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.

A gray screen of menu options in black and green text.

A program that controls a mouse by voice. It is suitable for students with motor disabilities. 

A gray box of menu options and icons, including a red hand, a gray left arrow, a gray right arrow, a black up arrow, and a black down arrow.

A computer program used to control other programs, such as games, through a keyboard that works by automatic scanning. It is activated by clicking the "mouse" or some other emulator device. 

A child uses Kanghooru to control a game that teaches him syllables.

Kanghooru is a virtual mouse that allows users to manage programs with a push-button, carrying out a scan that has previously been defined by the program itself.  The mouse jumps through places on the screen by automatic scanning. 

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 black rectangular device with 10 buttons outlined in white and a cord at the bottom.

A contact box that provides acoustic feedback and allows users to operate a wheelchair's electrical functions directly from contacts or fields, without first having to go through the chair's menu system. Operation of the wheelchair's electrical functions is activated by placing the fingertip in the center of the field. 

Two black rectangular devices with cords on the bottom. The box on the left has 8 buttons in blue, green, red, and yellow. The box on the right contains black buttons.

Contact boxes that allow users to operate a wheelchair's electrical functions directly from contacts or fields, without first having to go through the chair's menu system.