Eye Controlled Input System for Communicator

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Dynavox Eyemax

The DynaVox EyeMax is an eye controlled input system for communicator that can be used to access DynaVox Vmax communication device (see separate listing). The EyeMax can be used by people of all ages and cognitive abilities with direct vision in one or both eyes, even if they wear contact lenses or glasses. Rapid, stable calibration eliminates the need for frequent caregiver intervention. Calibration is maintained as long as a user’s needs remain unchanged. This system attaches to the Vmax sec

Ecopoint

The ECOpoint is an eye controlled input system for a communicator designed for use with the Prentke Romich ECO or Essence PRO communicators. The user sits so that their eyes are approximately 24 inches from the unit, and it tracks their eye movement, using the movement eyes to place the cursor and activate specific functions on the communicator.

Enable Eyes Ii Access Module

The Enable Eyes II Access Module is an eye controlled input system for communicators designed for use by individuals with speech or communication disabilities and severe physical or neurological disabilities. This unit can be added to the ComLink ST3G or ComLink LT3G (see separate entries) at any time it is needed by the user. This unit adds an eye tracking input capability to a ComLink communicator for a user with a progressive disability. If a user can currently use finger touch as the access

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