Physical functional diversity

"Xbox Adaptive Controller" image

The Xbox Adaptive Controller is a video game controller designed by Microsoft for Windows PCs and the Xbox One video game console.

Switch mouse icon

A switch mouse is a device which emulates a conventional mouse with one ore two switches that move the mouse pointer horizontally, vertically, and in some models, diagonally. It also emulates the functions of the conventional mouse buttons (depending on the model: dragging the mouse; left, middle, right and double click). In case of only having one button, the device should have a scanning system to choose the action that the mouse should do.

Source: AT Observatory

mouse4all logo

mouse4all, S.L. is a start-up founded by José Ángel Jiménez Vadillo and Javier Montaner Gutiérrez to change the world or at least a little bit of it. We are engineers and we like applying technology to solve real problems. We enjoy creating hardware (our mouse4all little box) and software (the Android app), but what we really like is to see how our inventions make our users happier: their smiling faces when they can watch the video they want, when they receive a WhatsApp and read it on their own or when they make a selfie all by themselves.

Keyboard keyguard icon

The keyguard is used to prevent accidental keystrokes caused by the tremor typical of the disease.

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A virtual keyboard is a software component that allows a user to enter characters. A virtual keyboard can usually be operated with multiple input devices, which may include a touchscreen, an actual computer keyboard and a computer mouse.
Source: Wikipedia

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A footmouse (also spelled foot mouse) is a type of computer mouse that gives the users the ability to move the cursor and click the mousebuttons with their feet. It is primarily used by users with disabilities or with high-back or neck problems. It is also promoted as a way to prevent such problems in the future and as a means to increase productivity by not having to move one's hand between the keyboard and mouse.
Source: Wikipedia


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