The all new Jouse3 is an advanced, joystick-operated plug-and-play solution.
Just move the precision joystick with your mouth, cheek, chin or tongue to control your computer, mobile device*, or switch-controlled device or AAC system. The further you move the joystick, the faster the cursor travels. You can perform right-click, left-click, and double-click actions with the sip and puff switches built into the Jouse3.
The Jouse3 requires minimal action. The cursor movement is fast, smooth and very accurate, which is great for drawing and playing games.
The Jouse3 will mount to almost any desktop, wheelchair or bedframe. It also includes mounting options for ancillary equipment such as microphones, switches and Web-cams. Compusult also offers custom Jouse3 mounting hardware, switch controls, and interfaces for many special needs.
The Jouse3 comes with two types of mouth pieces; a disposable type for multiple users and a rigid, more comfortable type in two different lengths for full-time users. The Jouse3 comes with 20 disposable mouthpieces, as well as two long and five medium-length permanent mouthpieces.
Responder integrates machine vision and speech technologies to provide an automated monitoring and event notification system for workplace and industrial installations.
Responder is a machine-vision-based automated monitoring system that provides a continuous watch on electronic equipment, such as alarm panels, and provides notification via speech output or other optional means. Responder "watches" your existing equipment, such as banks of alarm panels, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. When an event occurs, such as a specific type of alarm takes place, Responder provides corresponding event notification using recorded and/or synthetic speech over loudspeakers, public address systems and/or telephone systems and modems. Responder also maintains a complete log of all events, which aids in verifying operational status of the equipment being monitored.
ScanTELL allows visually impaired and reading disabled persons to independently identify bar coded retail and personal items.
ScanTELL identifies and speaks the names of bar-coded products, thus allowing people who are visually impaired or have reading problems to easily and accurately identify retail products and personal items in their homes with no assistance from others.
Bar code labels on work, personal, or retail items are input via a bar code scanner. The items are then located in a cross-referenced, relational database. The description of each successfully identified item is output using voice synthesizer software and hardware.