Smile at the camera

It’s not just the existence of the eViaCam software–which interfaces with a webcam to allow mouse control based on facial movements–that most impresses us, nor even the price (it’s free). No, what we were happiest to see is a sophisticated set of configuration options, meaning that a very wide range of hands-free users, from those with minimal movement to those with significant spasticity, have a good chance of being able to set this up to meet their needs. Someone was thinkin’. Control Your Windows Machine With Your Face With eViaCam

(thanks to AoMS correspondent Richard Bray for the lead)

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