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Input modification for mouse control
Areas of Application:
- enables a computer mouse to be controlled with head movements and facial gestures
The DIPAX HeadMouse3D can be used to control a PC or laptop with head movements and facial gestures (head mouse, HeadMouse). A gesture is used to signal to the computer whether a mouse click should be triggered or a program should be opened. B. double-click or use keyboard shortcuts. The additional depth information available from the 3D camera also gives the user a much higher level of accuracy and greater freedom of movement than conventional systems with a reflector point or webcam.
The mouse pointer is moved across the screen with the help of head movements; If the user is unable to move his head, it is sufficient to move the mouse pointer to the desired position using alternative facial gestures (e.g. chin movement).
In addition, this head control can also be used as a joystick or game controller -Stick with software for Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10
Options / Accessories:
- Asus XTION Pro Live 3D camera
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- ISO 22 36 /
- ISO 22 36 15 /
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update status: 06.04.2021
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