The Computer Left Click Interface for Switch User is a switch adapted mouse designed for use by individuals with fine motor, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury.This unit connects to a computer with a USB connection. It can move the cursor like a standard mouse, but it is equipped with a standard .125-inch jack port for switch (switch not included). When activated, the switch initiates the left click function. It has a retractable cord for easy storage and por
---- DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --------- PURPOSE: To create a do-it-yourself mouse for individuals with hand disabilities. First the Wii remote needs to be disassembled in order to reach the button actuators in which to solder the ADSL cable. Step 1: To disassemble the remote: (1) Dismount the battery cap you will see two screws, (2) with the screw driver (a special one bought on eBay for one dollar was used) unscrew the screws, (3) this will allow the remote to be taken apart, (4) the golden circl
The eeZee Mouse SWITCH is a hands-free mouse alternative designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, or repetitive motion injuries. The eeZee Mouse SWITCH provides full mouse control of computers or alternative and augmentative communication devices (AAC), and enables users to control cursor movements through subtle body movements, while providing real-time control of the left/right clicks and drag. Tilt-sensor technology is utilized to
The GimpGear Ultra-Precision USB Joystick Mouse and PC Game Controller is a joystick mouse interface designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or neurological disabilities or cerebral palsy. This digital joystick utilizes differential magnetic fields without any mechanical parts to provide smooth operation.
A sticky rubber joystick wrap prevents slipping. The user rests a hand passively over the teardrop shaped joystick handle for mouse pointer control. The unit has three large built-
The Inforgrip Switch Adapted Mouse is a switch adapted mouse designed for use by individuals with fine motor, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury.This unit is a standard mouse equipped with two standard 1/8-inch plugs to accommodate two switches. Its left and right mouse clicks have been adapted for switch activation (switches not included).
Moozi Wheelchair Joystick is designed for individuals with neurological, upper extremity, or severe physical disabilities to operate a power wheelchair with compatible controls or with adaptors. It can control a range of other equipment including a computer mouse and programs. The Moozi can be positioned on a tray or table, using Velcro or a non-slip mat. It has a smooth, light sliding action (190g force). It has a low profile that allows the hand to rest in a natural position. Moozi is also su
The Mouse Button-Box, model H-47, is a switch-adapted mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neurological, or severe physical disabilities, spinal cord injury, or cerebral palsy. This interface is available with left- and right-click buttons on the left, left- and right-click buttons on the right, one large button on the left, or one large button on the right. Pressing two adjacent buttons moves the cursor diagonally. The unit has a USB connection so it works on both Mac
The QuadMouse is a chin, lip, or tongue switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities, upper extremity amputation, or spinal cord injury. This switch allows access to a computer or other device with a 0.25-inch movement of chin, lips, or tongue. It connects to a device using a USB port. The QuadMouse allows the user to move the pointer and click, double click and right click using the built-in secondary joystick or the included ClickAssist software. It
SAM Joystick and SAM track ball are designed to provide adapted computer access for individuals with upper extremity disabilities. These modified pointing devices are designed for both "Adaptive" and "Non-Adaptive" software applications under Windows. The switch is a substitute for the track ball or joystick and can be operated with various parts of the body , such as hands, feet, knees, elbows, head, etc. These SAM devices serve three purposes: First, they function as switch interfaces for sp
The SixPack is a touch switch designed for use by people with fine motor, neurological, severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. The SixPack has a grid of 6 built-in pressure switches, each measuring 2 x 1.75 inches, arranged in 2 rows of 3 switches each. Each pressure switch requires 1.25 ounces of force to be activated. The SixPack can function as an adapted mouse through a computer switch interface, or it can act as six compact external switches to activate a communication aid. The Si
"DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To enable individuals with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury to use a computer mouse. To adapt a mouse, disassemble the mouse. (Caution: disconnect the mouse from the computer before attempting any modifications. Electric shock can occur otherwise.) Using a screw driver, locate and remove the fastening screws on the mouse. (These are usually located on the underside of the mouse and may be hidden). Some mice require additi
The SwitchHopper is a mouse emulator designed for individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. This device provides a means of connecting switches to a computer. When a switch is plugged into one of the three SwitchHopper jacks, the switch becomes standard mouse-clicks, and with the installation of the accompanying software, each button can be configured to be any mouse-button event or keystroke desired. COMPATIBILITY: For use with computers equipped with a USB port.