The AssistaMouse





To make today’s standard computer mouse a more accessible piece of hardware to students with disabilities, we propose to create modified mice with a grid that has physical boundaries and is drawn to scale with the corresponding computer monitor. We believe strongly that this will help students to understand the connection between the mouse and computer functions, thus leading them on a path to understanding the mouse in the mainstream computer market. Through an established partnership of over two years with Cerebral Palsy of Westchester we will work on developing the hardware to meet the needs of students with multiple disabilities as well as making the proper software modifications.


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