Head Tracking

Move your head to move the mouse pointer
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. 

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.

Glasses and helmet unit with remote attached via wire.

The Moverio Pro BT-2200 smart headset features key technologies designed for the industrial workplace, including use with most safety helmets. Ideal for enterprise applications, this durable headset features safety-glass compliance and a dust-resistant design. With built-in voice commands, it supports hands-free interfaces with head tracking and gesture control. Its high-resolution front-facing camera and remote visual support makes it easy to help with complex tasks, while hot swappable batteries ensure all-day usage without interruption.

Glasses-like item with controls housed on right arm

Vuzix M300 Smart Glasses delivers a “hands free” digital world, providing access to information, data collection and more.

Picture of person with computer lines outlining eyebrows and mouth

A next-gen head mouse with face gesture control via a simple webcam.  Move the mouse with gentle head motions; click, scroll and drag by smiling or dwell. No stickers-on-face, sip-and-puff or head switches are required.

Homescreen of phone and user controlling screen with head movements

Touch-Free control for your smartphone or tablet. Utilizing the front facing camera with advanced computer vision algorithms, the phone can be controlled with head movements, with any app downloaded from the Play Store.

Sprich! logo

Sprich! is a small program for people with voice loss for quick and easy speech output - even without the classic desktop keyboard or mouse. 

A small dark grey transmitter device that is rectangular in long and oval in shape.

Wireless gyroscopic mouse.

PapooPilot band around head.
This product has been discontinued.

Body-mounted cursor technology.

Women wearing cap with pointer attached on top.

Universal headset mount with stylus pointer for head controlled tablet and smartphone use. This offering contains a full functional head pointer solution, containing a headband with a mounting plate and stylus pointer.