Remote Keyboard

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Diy Wireless Typing Glove

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a wireless typing glove for individuals who type on a smartphone or computer one-handed and individuals with upper extremity or fine motor disabilities. G.A.U.N.T.L.E.T. (Generally Accessible Universal Nomadic Tactile Low-power Electronic Typist) is a do-it-yourself wireless typing glove that was developed by a pair of former design students and is in the beta stage of development. G.A.U.N.T.L.E.T. allows users to type on any smartphone

Gewa Access Maxi

Gewa Access Maxi is a wireless computer and environmental control keyboard with large keys designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities, mobility disabilities, or spinal cord injury. This wireless keyboard controls a computer through remote infrared (IR) using the included mouse interface. The keyboard has two levels, one for the computer and one for environmental control. Input is through direct selection. Macros and multi-function environmental control commands can be recorded

Gewa Access Medi

Gewa Access Medi is a wireless scanning keyboard for computers or environmental controls designed for use by individuals with fine motor disabilities, mobility disabilities, or spinal cord injury. This wireless keyboard controls a computer through remote infrared (IR) using the included mouse interface. The keyboard has two levels, one for the computer and one for environmental control. Input can be made through direct selection or scanning, with 12 different scanning methods. Macros and multi-f

H-42 Mini-Keyboard

The H-42 Mini-Keyboard is a mini keyboard designed for use by individuals with limited finger dexterity or range of motion. The device, which resemble a PDA or smartphone with a keyboard, comes with a small receiver that is plugged into a computer's USB port. The keyboard unit communicates wirelessly with the receiver via radio frequency (RF). The keyboard buttons require specific effort to depress. The print on the buttons is very small and each button has an alternate function when SF is toggl

H-78 Big Blue-Tooth Keyboard And Largekeys Keyboard

The H-78 ‘BIG Blue’-Tooth Keyboard and LARGEKeys Keyboard are large key, large print keyboards designed for use by individuals with motor skill or cognitive disabilities. The ‘BIG Blue’-Tooth Keyboard connects to a tablet, Macintosh, or PC that is Bluetooth-enabled via Bluetooth; and the LARGEKey Keyboard is connected to computer via USB. The user can angle the keyboard at 45 or other angles with a keyboard stand (sold separately). This keyboard is available with key rows of red, blue, yellow an

Intellikeys Usb Assistive Keyboard

IntelliKeys is an alternative keyboard designed to meet the needs of students with physical disabilities. It is a customizable, flat, touch-sensitive device. Unlike standard keyboards with a fixed set of keys, the configuration of IntelliKeys can be easily changed by sliding different overlays onto the touch sensitive area.

On-Command

On-Command is a programmable infrared remote keyboard and receiver that can be used to control a computer from a distance of up to 40 feet. On-Command consists of a portable transmitter with 28 programmable keys, a receiver which plugs into the serial port of the computer via a 6-foot cable, and software for programming the keypad. Each key on the keypad can be programmed to represent up to 15 keystrokes or key combinations for IBM computers running the DOS operating system (2.1 or higher) or an

Versapoint Rf Wireless Keyboard

The VersaPoint RF Wireless Keyboard is a remote keyboard designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities. This full-featured keyboard uses USB RF wireless to provide keyboard input up to 100 feet from the computer, with no line-of-sight limitations. The keyboard has 88 keys with integrated 360-degree cursor pointing and mouse click buttons. The keyboard comes with a receiver with up to eight addresses, which are set via DIP switches in the battery compartment. POWER: Uses 4 double-A b

Virtual Keyboard

The Virtual Keyboard is an optical keyboard designed for use by individuals with fine motor, upper extremity, or neurological disabilities. The keychain-sized unit projects a virtual keyboard on any flat surface and advanced optics track the user's finger movements on the projected keyboard. The projector can be paired with a smartphone, laptop, or tablet computer and connects via Bluetooth wireless technology. POWER: Uses the included rechargeable lithium-ion battery (USB cord included). The ba

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