Eye Controlled Communicator

Results: 9

Comlink Lt3G Enable Eyes

The ComLink LT3G Enable Eyes is a direct selection or scanning communicator designed for use by individuals with speech or communication disabilities and severe physical or neurological disabilities. Designed to be fully accessible, this device supports a range of access methods, including touch screen (press, hold time-out), visual and auditory scanning (up to 8 switches), joysticks, sip and puff switches, optical head mouse, voice recognition, and eye tracking. This device includes the Enable

Comlink St3G Enable Eyes Ii

The ComLink ST3G Enable Eyes II is a direct selection and scanning communicator designed for use by individuals with speech or communication disabilities and severe physical or neurological disabilities. Designed to be fully accessible, the ComLink ST3G Enable Eyes II supports a range of access methods, including touch screen (press, hold time-out), visual and auditory scanning (up to 8 switches), joysticks, sip and puff switches, optical head mouse, voice recognition, and eye tracking. The Enab

Eco2

ECO2 is scanning communicator designed for use by individuals with communication, speech, neurological, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This system is a scanning communicator and Windows 7 computer. Features include a large display screen, an internal DVD/CD drive, custom block scanning, Unity programs, notebook tools, advanced icon import capabilities, pull-down menus, modified access method menus, wireless switch access, Clarity Icons, Icon Browser Tool, and Color Picker

Eco2 With Ecopoint

ECO2 with ECOpoint is an eye-controlled scanning communicator designed for use by individuals with communication, speech, neurological, or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. ECOpoint allows the user to access the features of the scanning communicator and Windows XP computer through eyegaze. Features include a large display screen, an internal DVD/CD drive, custom block scanning, Unity programs, notebook tools, advanced icon import capabilities, pull-down menus, modified access m

Eyegaze Edge

The Eyegaze Edge is an eye-operated communication and control device designed for use by children and adults with cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, brain injury, ALS, multiple sclerosis, brainstem stroke, muscular dystrophy, and similar disabilities. Users make selections by looking at keys displayed on the screen for a fraction of a second (eye gaze). A small camera mounted under the Eyegaze screen takes 60 pictures per second of the user’s eye. Those images are analyzed by a processor that i

I-Mos

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype augmentative and alternative communicate device that is worn like a pair of glasses for individuals with communication and speech disabilities. The i-Mos looks like a pair of glasses. It tracks the users eye movements and translates them into Morse code inputs. The Morse code is then translated into speech. Looking to the left indicates a “dot” and looking to the right, a “dash.” The device includes aids for sentence completion and a built

Megabee

MegaBee™ is a writing tablet designed for use by individuals with traumatic brain injury, stroke, motor-loss, multiple sclerosis (MS), motor neuron disease (MND), amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), cerebral palsy and those who are not able to write legibly. The tablet uses eye movement and blinking as the method to select letters or phrases, which are then displayed on its screen. MegaBee™ is fully portable and can be used for individuals with limited mobility and residents of a home care fac

Mytobii P10

MyTobii P10 is a portable eye-controlled communicator and computer designed for use by individuals with neurological or communication disabilities, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, ALS, or spinal cord injury. The screen, eye control device, and computer are integrated into one unit, which mounts to a desk, bed, or wheelchair. The user's eye signature can be calibrated in 10 seconds by sitting in front of the screen and following an on-screen dot. The system can be configured for different ski

Visionkey

The VisionKey is an assistive speech device designed to increase the ability to communicate in the workplace, classroom, and at home for individuals with speech difficulties or deficient motor skills. Typical users include those with quadriplegia, amyolateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig's Disease), muscular dytrophy, multiple sclerosis, or cerebral palsy. The basic concept of the device is that it works on eye position control. The user sees a square keychart before one eye, and selects a number, lett

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