Development of headset-type computer mouse using gyro sensors for the handicapped

Development of headset-type computer mouse using gyro sensors for the handicapped

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The development of a headset-type computer mouse controlled by gyro sensors for the disabled is described. A novel hybrid operational mode is suggested for mouse movement and conscious eye blinking is used as a mouse click. System design, experiment and results are reported.


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