Computer input device which is operated by breath alone or can enhance head mouse type products. Options: could be used with a head camera mouse with the camera moving the cursor depending on head movement and the Happ100 operating the mouse buttons.
The HAPP100 is a sophisticated breath-operated computer input device. Simple to use, it gives the user full control of their PC by gently sucking and blowing to move the mouse easily and with very fine control. It sends mouse clicks and keyboard shortcut key combinations, and allows use of an on-screen keypad for typing. All software that requires mouse or keyboard input can be used with the HAPP100, including web browsing, email, social networking, and document editing. It is suitable for all users with limited use of their hands, including those with no head movement at all, and those on long-term ventilation. The unobtrusive mouthpiece (the size of a drinking straw) is supplied with an adjustable headset and connecting tube. A HAPP100 connects to a PC or MAC via a USB port without needing any special software to be installed: the computer 'sees' the HAPP as both a keyboard AND as a mouse simultaneously. The existing keyboard and mouse can stay connected. It can work alongside, and augment, other input devices such as a head-mouse. The HAPP100/B can also be linked as an input to other assistive aids which use push-button inputs, such as Possum controllers.
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