Control your world with a smile.
Smyle Mouse software is the next-generation in head mouse technology. It includes a head pointer, smile clicker, and a dwell clicker. You can use it as a powerful head mouse or as a novel access method where your smile acts as a switch.
Just download Smyle Mouse on your Windows device and start using it in minutes. The software recognizes and tracks your facial gestures with a webcam that may already be part of your device.
No mounting of specialized cameras, adaptive switches, or stickers-on-face required.
Enjoy 25% off Smyle Mouse now through July 31st, 2018.
Product no: 12006092
449,00 € excl. VAT
The Smyle Mouse is the next generation in head mouse assistive technology. It includes traditional head mouse functions as well as a face gesture based clicker and a dwell clicker, all bundled together in one convenient software package. It allows complete hands-free and voice-free mouse control of devices running Microsoft Windows® 7 or above.
Using Smyle Mouse, you have complete mouse control over your device using simple facial gestures. These facial gestures can include gentle head motion and facial expressions such as smiling.
Along with movement of the mouse pointer by use of head motion, Smyle Mouse also provides clicking, scrolling and dragging actions, using patent pending gestures. Head mouse control can be activated by the act of smiling. For example, to move the cursor (using head motion), smile as you move your head. Once the cursor starts moving (which is instantaneous), it will keep on moving until you stop smiling and stop moving your head. To click, do a quick smile; that is, smile for a short duration. Having said that, out of the box, Smyle Mouse emulates traditional head mouses in that it does not require the user to smile to start mouse pointer motion. For more details, watch one of our short demo videos.
Hands-Free Mouse Control
As Easy As a Smile
Do What You Want
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