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Accessibility technologies for persons with disabilities

Accessibility tech for disabled persons: Camera Mouse

If you don't have experience selecting technologies that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, you might find that the best input will come from the affected employee. However, if your IT department wants ideas about what solutions are available, check out these 10 technologies.

Camera Mouse works with your computer's camera to enable mouse input just by moving your head. Developed by researchers at Boston University and Boston College, Camera Mouse is a free software download.

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