Head-Controlled Wireless Computer Access
HeadMouse® Extreme replaces the standard computer mouse for people who cannot use or have limited use of their hands when controlling a computer or augmentative communication device. It works just like a computer mouse, with the mouse pointer being moved by the motion of the users head.
HeadMouse Extreme connects to the computer or augmentative communication device through a USB port and operates using standard mouse drivers. No special software required. The HeadMouse is powered by the host device, over the USB connection. The integrated electronic tilt sensor automatically adapts to even the most unusual mounting requirements.
Selections can be performed using a variety of adaptive switches, including Sip/Puff Switch and mouse button software, such as Dragger™. Using Dragger mouse clicks are performed by positioning the pointer and dwelling for a selectable period of time. HeadMouse Extreme also comes with a built-in infrared receiver that provides optional wireless connections for adaptive switches. Beam™ is available for wireless transfer of adaptive switch inputs from a wheelchair to the integrated receiver.
Access for Augmentative Communication Devices
HeadMouse Extreme provides reliable head-controlled access to augmentative communication devices that provide speech and environmental control.
Please note: Images show Headmouse Extreme with Laptop and Display. These are not included with the Headmouse Extreme Package.