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Enable Viacam

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Enable Viacam
Enable Viacam (aka eViacam) is a mouse replacement software that moves the pointer as you move your head. It works on standard PCs equipped with a web camera. No additional hardware is required. Runs over Windows and Linux and is released under GNU/GPL license.

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About this project

Enable Viacam can be used as a full alternative or as a complement to a conventional computer mouse. It is especially useful for people with motor impairments in their hands or their arms (due to bone injuries, ALS, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries, muscular dystrophy, amputations, etc.). Enable Viacam provides them with an effective and reliable solution for human-computer interaction.

Core features:

  • Hands-Free: Control your computer with intuitive head movements. No need to use your hands — the pointer will obey!
  • Unobtrusive: Works with any good webcam. No cables, no dots, no additional hardware required.
  • Flexible: Click and choose clicking options by way of either pointer dwelling or by external means.
  • User-centred: Developed and tested in close collaboration with users from the APPC Cerebral Palsy Centre in Tarragona (Spain).
  • Customizable: Pointer speed, movement acceleration and smoothness, dwelling time, and many other variables can be adjusted to fit the user's needs.
  • Mature: Based on the award winning Facial Mouse software.
  • Cross-platform: currently, eViacam runs on Windows 2000/XP/Vista and Linux (KDE/GNOME)

Official site

More information and downloads: http://viacam.org

License

eViacam is realeased under GNU/GPL license.


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