Foot Operated Mouse

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Footime Foot Mouse With Programmable Pedal

The Footime Foot Mouse with Programmable Pedal, also called the Slipper Mouse, is a foot operated mouse designed for use by individuals with carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, or disabilities of the hand, arm, and shoulder. This unit has a two-part design with a slipper-shaped cursor controller with an optical sensor at the bottom and a two-level pedal with programmable buttons. An elastic strap and Velcro ends enables the slipper to adjust to fit all foot sizes. The two-level ergonomic layout o

Nohands Mouse

The NoHands Mouse is a foot operated mouse designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities and repetitive motion injuries. This mouse is completly foot operated and features two foot pedals, a 360-degree pressure-sensitive mechanism, and a heavy-duty injection molded plastic shell. The foot pedals are interchangeable; one is used to control cursor movement and the other functions as mouse clicks. COMPATIBILITY: For use with Windows, Windows95, OS/2, and Macintosh mouse drivers.

Savant Elite Foot Switches

Savant Elite Foot Switches is a family of programmable USB foot switches designed for use by individuals with limited use of the upper extremities to access computer programs. The Savant Elite Foot Switches are available in single, dual, and triple foot switch configurations. It connects to virtually any computer with an available USB port.

Softstep Keyworx

SoftStep KeyWorx is a foot operated mouse and keyboard system designed to allow computer access for individuals with upper extremity disabilities or carpal tunnel syndrome, or to reduce the risk of repetitive strain injury. This is a hardware and software bundle that translates up/down and left/right foot movements into control values, enabling the user to control the cursor, enter text, select programs, bring a browser window forward, scroll through folders and open documents, send out keystrok

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