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Assistive Technology- Eagle Eyes

Eagle Eyes is basically a mouse emulator which uses electrodes placed on the face and a technology called electro-oculolography, a form of biofeedback in which the electrical field around your eyes is used to move the mouse - giving access to any device which can use a mouse. An eye-gaze access system is also a mouse emulator but works with a different technology. Eagle Eyes is used when the team is unable to find a way for a student to access a device or computer, but feel that the student needs "something else"! It has worked with several students who have been either given an eye-gaze system and not been successful with it, or who have never had access and were considered too "low". It is particularly effective with students who have CVI and multiple disabilities. It is successful with students who have TBI and have difficulty accessing eye-gaze technology, although it was initially considered the "best" access. 

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Amy McQueen
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4/23/2019 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Region 05 ESC site - Lone Star Room

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