Thursday, March 17, 2005

Mouse for Trembling Hands

IBM is selling a mouse -- the Assistive Mouse Adapter -- specifically for those who cannot control the trembling in their hands. It filters out unintentional movements using algorithms similar to those used in image stabilization systems in camers. You can adjust it to accommodate the severity of the tremors and to filter multiple clicks. No software to load. Plugs in between computer and your mouse. You can purchase it from Montrose Secam for $99. From ExtremeTech.

2 comments:

davistech said...

Interesting technology, but the company is Secam, not Scam.

Christine Peterson said...

My mistake -- thanks for catching that. I fixed it in the original post.