Head-controlled mouse

Head-controlled mouse— the device consists of a sensor affixed to the patient’s forehead and of components installed on the computer.

It replaces the computer mouse for patients with severe weakness or quadriplegia. Mouse activation is by neck movements only. With the help of a head mouse, a person who lacks voluntary and controlled movements of the hands but controls the movements of the neck can use a computer.

Head Controlled Mouse

Head Controlled Mouse













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