mouse emulator


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mouse emulator

Hardware or software for the disabled that simulates mouse movement and/or clicking. Various devices are available that let head and body movement perform operations. See dwell software and assistive technology.
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Mouse emulator software "sandwiches" itself in between the operating system and the application, so that the application "thinks" someone is moving and clicking the mouse.
The EagleEyes system utilizes surface electrodes placed on the user's face, above, below, and to the sides of their eyes, to detect eye or head movement, thus acting as a mouse emulator.
Handwriter Manta functions as a keyboard and mouse emulator and works with your favorite Windows applications, from word processors to PIMs.
For reliable control of all computers, the product features built-in keyboard and mouse emulators that provide each machine with its own "dedicated" keyboard and mouse.