GlassOuse: The World’s First Assistive Mouse
What if you have to live without hands?
More than one billion people in the word live with some form of disability. This corresponds to about 15 percent of the world’s population. Millions of them can not use their one or both of their hands. Mehmet Türker Nemo is trying to build a better world for them. He is honored to introduce the world to the best assistive device ever: The Glassouse. This device is a mix between glasses and a mouse. Glassouse basically helps disabled people to control their computer, mobile phone, TV or tablet remotely via head movements.
Glassouse has MEMs moving sensors which means it can calculate sensitivity on 9 axis at the same time. It added auto-calibration and 9 axis patented technologies to let people control their devices via a small head movements.
The ‘bite click’ is also patented and never tried clicking way because of the pressure and water proof issues. It solved all of them. His ‘bite click’ can work under 3 tons pressure.
He designed Glasseouse to fit every application easily. So it uses a bluetooth connection. You can easily connect via bluetooth. He has developed an Android application to fully control your Android devices via Glassouse. He will continue to develop software for Glassouse.
Glassouse is very light it is less than 50 grams. You can use Glassouse 7 to 10 days without any charge. Glassouse is also convenient with glasses usage. Glassouse is confortable and durable.
What if it’s the beginning of everything? It’s also beginning of Glassouse. Big groups in the medical industry never asked this question but he is neither in this sector nor do he play this game. He believe in that people need to buy things because if they like it and choose it not because of they have to.
Mona GHAFOURI ESFAHANI. Etudiante en M2 Commerce Electronique, je suis intéressée par les nouvelles technologies de l’information et de la communication. Je suis aussi passionnée par l’informatique notamment la sécurité de base de données.