Mouth-controlled stylus makes touch devices accessible to disabled users
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Much the way the Splash line of games uses special controllers to increase accessibility for disabled kids, so the Griffin MouthStick Stylus aims to provide wider access to touchscreen devices. Specifically, the mouth-controlled stylus aims to help those with limited use of their hands enjoy the benefits of smartphones and tablets based on touch technology. The Griffin MouthStick is a capacitive touchscreen stylus that is designed to be held in the mouth. Using it, people with fine motor impairments can comfortably manipulate both touchscreens and buttons. Designed in collaboration with physicians and those with disabilities, Griffin's MouthStick Stylus comprises four…
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