Dwell Click

Hold the mouse in one place to produce a click
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. 

Main menu in the form of a control panel with various options settings and click boxes and menu options across bottom.

Allows any user that can operate a pointing device to have the computer do mouse functions.

Dragger toolbar showing a double click, right click, middle click, or left, right and middle drag.

Dragger is a software utility for manipulating the left, right, and middle mouse buttons of a standard mouse or mouse emulator often used by people who have physical motor challenges.

Oblong device with one central button mounted to underside of monitor.

IntelliGaze is an eye tracking camera is an alternative PC mouse input system.


ClickAid mouse helper click action selection menu with right, left, center clicks, shift, alt, ctrl, and more

ClickAid is a free, stand-alone on-screen mouse aid designed for anyone who has difficulty switching between mouse buttons or double clicking on a physical computer mouse.

On-screen keyboard and target window.

An on-screen keyboard providing people with physical impairments full access to the computer.

Toolbar showing images of mouse control options.

QualiCLICK is a Windows application that allows the user to use a mouse or other pointing device without physically clicking a button.

Onscreen, color-coded keyboard.
This product has been discontinued.

WiViK® is an on-screen keyboard that enables people with physical disabilities to access any application within Microsoft Windows 95/ 98/Me/NT4/00/XP. The WiViK keyboard is displayed within a window that you can move and size.

Multi-colored image of on-screen keyboard with toolbar.

QualiKEY is software that replaces the system’s keyboard and mouse, allowing people with physical disabilities to access and manage any Windows application.

Four Point-N-Click function menus of various sizes lined up vertically.

A free, standalone, on-screen virtual mouse designed for anyone with a disability that makes it difficult or impossible to click a physical computer mouse.