A sip/puff joystick that emulates a USB or Bluetooth mouse, keyboard or game controller and is designed for people with limited upper extremity mobility.
A chin, lip, or tongue mouse controller designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities, upper extremity amputation, or spinal cord injury.
A mouth-operated joystick that enables the user to move the cursor while sipping and puffing triggers clicking and right clicking.
Wireless joystick that provides the ability to simulate a mouse from a 4 way switch with the addition of 3 additional switch inputs.
A mouth-controlled joystick.
A master remote display for the DX bus system. It enables integrated control over a wheelchair, computer, mobile phone and environmental or communication device from any DX secondary remote, usually a Remote Joystick Module (RJM) input device.
An advanced 3D mouse that allows users to view 3D models with a 6-Degrees-of-Freedom (6DoF) sensor and access to Standard and Custom Views.
Enables wired or wireless control of a mouse on a PC from a wheelchair joystick and wireless control of mouse functions from a connected 0/1 connector.
The Moozi joystick is a low profile joystick-shaped multiple switch device which can be used to control a power drive wheelchair (requires a switch interface).
A finger-controlled device for communication, Smart Home, and wheelchair for paralyzed people with very little movement left in one finger.
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