The Latest Mouse Alternatives
The completely wireless Quha Zono Mouse offers a flexible, plug and play alternative to a regular mouse. It can control computers and tablets or even some phones, wirelessly and can be worn on any comfortable part of the body e.g. head, foot, wrist, with very little movement required.
QuHa Zono has built in gyroscopes – sensors that respond to the slightest movement – so wherever you point, the mouse will go. It is neat, extremely accurate with pixel precision, fully adjustable for speed and sensitivity, easy to use and can be worn in many ways. It is supplied with a clip-on bracket for attaching to a cap, glasses, watch etc., or there are various mounting accessories available: Frameless Glasses; Headbands in Red, Purple, White or Black; Neckbands and more. View in shop
The BJOY Ring is a brilliant device that allows you to quickly adapt your wheelchair joystick so it can be used to access a PC, tablet or smartphone. Regardless of the applications you use, you can take full control.
The completely configurable software allows you to adjust the sensitivity, pointer speed, functionality and more so that it is configured to your needs. Mouse clicks can be assigned to switches. Connect up to four receivers to control multiple devices, like your tablet, phone and an environment control unit. Fully compatible with Grid 3 and The Grid 2, it connects to Windows and Android devices via Bluetooth, or a wired USB version is available. View in shop
BrainFingers is a revolutionary access device that allows you to use minuscule muscle movements, or your brain’s electrical signals, to control your PC. The BrainFingers headband and software can be completely adjusted and customised to specific individual needs with a wealth of options. From switch-like interaction, to full mouse control, BrainFingers is suitable for those with complex and significant access difficulties. When used with communication software it provides a way of communicating, and engaging with the world, for people who are otherwise locked-in, including people who cannot move their eyes.
BrainFingers transforms brain and body electrical signals from the forehead into hands-free computer controls, which can be customized, to each individual’s needs. Controls most AAC software, educational software and video games.