GlassOuse Head Mouse with Bite Switch

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As a hands-free Head Mouse with Bite Switch featuring built-in motion sensor, GlassOuse is designed to control the cursor with slight head movements as the user is wearing the GlassOuse glasses. Mouse button clicks are simulated by a bite or press of the lips on the “bite-click” waterproof rubber Bite Switch.

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Description

The GlassOuse is used to control technology devices. This hands-free Head Mouse with Bite Switch is worn like glasses, so that it can detect head movements to match them with the direction in which user wishes to scroll the cursor. The cursor can follow head movements in any direction. Mouse button clicks are simulated by a bite or press of the lips on the “bite-click” waterproof rubber Bite Switch.

Features:

Battery provides 15 hours of use
Weighs only 50 grams or 0.11 pounds
Bite-click is antibacterial and has RoHS certification
Flexible cable allows users to adjust the switch position according to their use and a certified non-carcinogenic waterproof silicone cover protects the switch part

GlassOuse uses Bluetooth connection and is compatible with:

Android devices (Mobile phone, Tablet PC, TV)
Windows devices (Mobile phone, Tablet PC, TV)
Linux devices (Tablet PC)
Apple software (PC)
Chrome OS
Smart Home and Smart TV

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GlassOuse Head Mouse with Bite Switch available in the lending library at FAAST.org

GlassOuse Head Mouse with Bite Switch