Asl Lip Switch (Model Asl301)
The ASL Lip Switch, model ASL301, is a light touch mechanical switch for the lip or tongue, designed for use by individuals with spinal cord injury or neurological or severe physical disabilities. This switch can be used for tongue or lip control of a powered wheelchair, computer, or other device. It has a mono port and comes integrated into a pneumatic tube that can be used for incorporation into a Sip n' Puff system.
QuadMouse Mouth, Chin Or Tongue Mouse Controller
The QuadMouse is a chin, lip, or tongue switch designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities, upper extremity amputation, or spinal cord injury. This switch allows access to a computer or other device with a 0.25-inch movement of chin, lips, or tongue. It connects to a device using a USB port. The QuadMouse allows the user to move the pointer and click, double click and right click using the built-in secondary joystick or the included ClickAssist software. It
The TetraMouse XA is mouth-operated dual joystick mouse designed for individuals with spinal cord injury or upper extremity amputation disabilities. The device is a lip-, chin-, tongue- or finger-operated 8-button mouse with scroll, left, right, and middle button click and hold. The TetraMouse XA uses an analog joystick for moving the mouse pointer.
The TetraMouse XS is a lip-, tongue-, chin- or mouth-operated mouse designed for individuals with spinal cord injury or upper extremity amputation or disability. It works with any computer or device (including AAC devices) that have a USB port and an operating system or internal firmware that can use a standard USB mouse as an input device. The TetraMouse XS features side-by-side joysticks that require little or no head movement using the lips, tongue or chin for smooth pointer movement. The joy
Tongue Drive System
---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype of a powered wheelchair contol system operated by a tongue switch in dental retainer for individuals with upper and lower extremity, mobility or neurological disabilities or quadriplegia to navigate a powered wheelchair. The newest version of the Tongue Drive System uses a dental retainer with sensors to help control the system. The embedded sensors within the retainer track the movements of a small magnet attached to the tongue. The wirele
The Tongue Switch is designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, or cerebral palsy. The user holds the switch between the teeth and pushes the button with the tongue. COLOR: Black with red switch.
This Tongue-Operated Wheelchair is an electronic wheelchair that users can operate with their tongue using a silicone sheet attached to the chin designed for people with severe physical disabilities or those with spinal cord injuries to allow them to be independently mobile. The wheelchair utilizes faint electric signals generated by moving suprahyoid muscles, which are activated in opening the mouth and swallowing food. The user attaches to his or her jaw a silicone sheet with multiple electrod