Control the computer using face, touch and voice.

Whatever the pattern of difficulty, from mild repetitive strain injury (RSI) to more complex conditions, this simple to use collection of tools enables everyone to have access to technology.

Claro Software has created the hugely innovative FaceMouse. The program controls the mouse to read, write, play games, and surf the net with the simplest of facial movements. When teamed with Claro Software’s other reading and writing tools, FaceMouse enables a new way to use a computer.

Tactix Touchpad is a smooth, intuitive alternative to the conventional mouse, allowing PC control with the lightest and smallest of touches and movement. Suitable for people with a range of mobility problems, including very restricted and weak movement, Tactix Touchpad also works as a switch, or as a way to focus a screen magnifier. A Tactix Touchpad can be fixed on any conventional surface and operated by skin contact of any part of the body.

One Switch Mouse has been specially designed so that switch users can control a mouse surprisingly quickly and easily using only one switch.

Claro Software’s On-Screen Keyboard Application – Oska – creates customisable touchscreen keyboards. Oska is the complete on-screen keyboard alternative to the traditional keyboard and mouse, giving more people the opportunity to enjoy the freedom technology offers. Version 2, now includes voice control, new for 2011.

Contact Information

Claro Software will be at Stand SN64 during BETT 2011, from Wednesday January 12 from 10am to 6pm, Thursday, January 13 from 10am to 6pm, Friday, January 14 from 10am to 6pm, and Saturday, January 15 from 10am to 4pm.

Staff will be on hand to demonstrate the software and answer any questions.

For more information about Claro Software’s range, or to download free demos, go to www.clarosoftware.com, email sales@clarosoftware.com or call +44 (0)1772 977888.

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