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Computer – lifekludger

gadgets, hacks & kludges for people living with disability

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Thu, 05 Jun 2014 02:24:10 +0000

DwellClick lets you use your Mac without clicking. You point, it clicks . DwellClick will drag for you. Point at windows and resize areas to auto-drag, and use the control panel  for anything else. Save thousands of clicks per day. Drag hands-free with total control. What is dwell clicking? Dwell clicking enables clickless operation of […]

CheatSheet – View Mac Keyboard Shortcuts

Tue, 12 Feb 2013 09:00:21 +0000

CheatSheet: View A Complete List Of Keyboard Shortcuts For Any App On a Mac Via: AddictiveTips

iPhone/iPod Touch as touchpad plus – ATMac

Thu, 18 Nov 2010 08:55:55 +0000

Over on ATMac blog, Blake Watson has a great review of the HippoRemote app for iPhone/iPod Touch that turns your device into a multi-touch touchpad, as well as many other things… HippoRemote will connect to your computer and hand the reins over to you. Your iPhone is now a fully-featured multi-touch trackpad. Tap the keyboard […]

Camera Mouse

Fri, 21 May 2010 09:41:56 +0000

Developed by researchers at Boston College and Boston University, Camera Mouse is a free program that enables you to control the mouse pointer on your computer screen just by moving your head. Camera Mouse requires Windows 7, Vista, or XP and a webcam. Some useful applications and utilities are available from the Downloads section.

Mouse as a glove

Thu, 18 Mar 2010 03:32:56 +0000

Mouse parts mounted on a glove. This is interesting as alternate input is can’t grasp a mouse. You only need to place your hand on any surface and start mousing. [via hackaday]

Story of ‘good will’ highlights Lifekludger concept – Santa Cruz Sentinel

Tue, 01 Sep 2009 23:41:45 +0000

This story from the Santa Cruz Sentinel shows the power of connection and what can be achieved when a Maker (Jon Bjornstad, a Santa Cruz freelance computer programmer) is backed by a Giver (Roy and Ana Cook of Saratoga) to help a Liver (Karadole, a paralyzed woman who lives in Croatia) – with the end […]

WizMouse Scrolls Out of Focus Windows

Thu, 19 Feb 2009 07:14:05 +0000

Anything that saves excess clicking and moving when those simple actions can be tiresome or difficult due to any physical limiting factor has to be a good thing. WizMouse is a small app (Windows only) that adds ability to scroll in Out of Focus Windows. Download [via Lifehacker]

Computer reads hand signals

Tue, 08 Jul 2008 06:40:42 +0000

This is kind of like using gestures without contact. Wave Power: The G55 picks out key hand signals from webcam video feeds. Photo by Toshiba  Funny how, apart from the attempts with voice commands, input always seems to come back to hands. At least this one isn’t touch related. [via Popsci]

Bluetooth Wireless Input Pen

Wed, 11 Jun 2008 08:49:49 +0000

SMK Corp developed “Wireless Input Pen,” which can transmit characters written in the air and displays them on a monitor. According to SMK, it is the world’s first pen-type device that can transmit characters written in the air to a monitor … I caught this via a story on Engadget. Engadget mention the pen can […]

In absentia

Mon, 22 May 2006 09:05:58 +0000

Yes, I know, the Lifekludger has been a bit quiet on the home-front. Well I’ve been on holidays and away from easy access to a computer. I had a notebook pc with me but being out of my usual environment meant it was often hard to access it much. This hilighted the importance of environment […]

Windows Key Shortcuts

Tue, 18 Oct 2005 11:44:01 +0000

Funny how you get led around on the net. Reading Scoble I found that Sara Ford was once an accessibility tester who had a presentation on Channel 9 on Accessibility and Visual Studio. In the comments was a reference to a shortcut to the accessibility features on Windows XP. A search on other Windows Key […]