Keyless KeyboardBy New Mobility, Vol. 14, No. 116, p. 16
Publication Date: May 2003
Article describes the OrbiTouch from Keybowl, Incorporated, which uses small lateral movements of the hands and arms instead of finger dexterity for typing. The device is the size of a standard keyboard, but it utilizes two circular domes instead of standard keys as an input interface. One hand rests on each dome, and the user can type by sliding the domes one quarter of an inch in defined directions. The user can type all keyboard characters and use mouse without removing his or her hands.
Assistive Products Discussed: ORBITOUCH KEYLESS KEYBOARD
Published by: No Limits Communications Inc. (Website:http://www.newmobility.com)