Mouth mouse for the disabled

GlassOuse
06 June 2016

Inspired by his friend Caner’s experience, Turkish designer Mehmet Turker has invented an assistive device so that people who can’t use a mouse or touchscreen can enjoy new technology – without using their hands.

GlassOuse gives people with disabilities more control of their computers via a head-tracking headset (Glasses + Mouse – GlassOuse). It replaces the mouse with simple head tilts and biting.

Watch Caner take control of the mouse through his mouth.

Submitted by

Lisa Goldapple, Editor, Atlas of the Future

Project leader

Mehmet Turker, CEO, Ceba Battery

Location

China (Shenzhen)

Creative Commons License

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