EagelEye is for any individual who may have little to no muscular control, but can control the movement of their eyes. EagleEye is an innovative technology developed at Boston College that acts as a mouse replacement system. By placing five electrodes on the head of users, the program translates the signal received from the electrodes into the position of the mouse pointer on the screen. Users are able to navigate a computer screen by simply moving their eyes. This technology allows users to play games, discover new things, and ultimately progress in education and towards meaningful communication.

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The device used for connecting the electrodes from students, that will be translated into the computer program.

Image of student using EagleEyes to play a game in the computer as she's laughing. The teacher is pointing to an icon on the computer screen while two other females are smiling too.



Essential ZoomText update!

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The magnification and screen reading software ZoomText released a recent update that is crucial and all versions need to be updated to Any previous version will malfunction, such as it not working properly on student accounts as well as not launching at all. A clean installation is suggested because the updater will not work properly.

Improving Accessibility, One Braille Display At A Time

Barriers are being broken down when it comes to making new technology accessible, but there is still work to be done. For blind users who can read Braille, devices like phones and tablets have a degree of accessibility. Braille keyboards and touch readers make things easier, but these devices can cost quite a bit. Researchers at the University of Michigan may have found a way around that problem with an innovative new Braille display.

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