GlassOuse Assistive Device V1.2 and G-Switch Series are Ready for Pre-order
Author: GlassOuse Assistive Devices(i) : Contact: glassouse.com
Published: 2018-03-03 : (Rev. 2018-04-30)
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GlassOuse introduces the new GlassOuse V1.2, a customizable hands-free Bluetooth mouse for individuals with limited mobility or who are unable to use their hands to connect to technology.
Powered by EnnoPro Group, GlassOuse Assistive Device introduces the new GlassOuse V1.2, a customizable hands-free Bluetooth mouse for individuals who have limited movement ability or are unable to use their hands to connect to technology.
Award winner successful Indiegogo campaign concept, GlassOuse Assistive Device announces its next generation version V1.2. Designed for individuals who have limited moving abilities or who are unable to use their hands, GlassOuse has been fondly loved by many during its two years journey.
Since back then, GlassOuse has been used by thousands of people to connect technology in homes, schools, rehab centers, hospitals and support communities. Worn as regular glasses, GlassOuse helped many with its hassle free use while operating computers, phones, tablets and Smart TVs. Now the big brother of family steps in to reach out more people with different needs.
GlassOuse V1.2 offers a great selection of switch options to customize itself as a based-on-the-need device in assistive tech world.
Award winner successful Indiegogo campaign concept, GlassOuse Assistive Device announces its next generation version V1.2. Designed for individuals who have limited moving abilities or who are unable to use their hands.
Along with it's game changing bite click design, the first version of the device already won over the must-have assistive gadgets list all round the world. And now GlassOuse V1.2 comes with three different switch options for its launch - and the creator name behind this concept is thrilled to announce that there will be more to come this year.
Crafted to be more flexible, V1.2 still has the characteristic design we know from the first version.
With its new adjustable nose pads, GlassOuse continues to allow the users to wear their own glasses more comfortably than ever. GlassOuse V1.2's sensor accuracy is improved with upgraded 9-axis gyroscope feature to ease the cursor movement. Unlike the previous version, V1.2 is now foldable to carry easily. And you can use your GlassOuse with dwell softwares directly.
The biggest change V1.2 offers is that it can be adapted for different uses and different needs.
GlassOuse V1.2 can be used with our without compatible switch options based on desired usage. This greater customization allows different patient groups to use the device effectively. GlassOuse's new adaptable switch options, G-Switch Series, are available to be used both with GlassOuse perfectly and as separate switch controls for other devices. G-Switch Series offer three options as Bite Switch, Puff Switch and Finger Switch. All switch options come with a mono 3.5mm jack connector and use short circuit low signals, allowing them to be used hassle-free for a variety of uses.
G-Switch Series Bite Switch
As in the first version of GlassOuse, renowned Bite Switch has become more durable and stable now.
Having been tested 100.000 times under 3 tons of pressure, the switch button mechanism is designed to be as long-lasting for daily use.
The Bite Switch's 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.
G-Switch Series Puff Switch
The biggest change V1.2 offers is that it can be adapted for different uses and different needs. GlassOuse V1.2 can be used with our without compatible switch options based on desired usage. One such option is to the newer technology is the Puff Switch.
Unlike the usual sip-and-puff systems, G-Switch Series' Puff Switch has an electronic system allowing the users to do clicking actions via simple puffs.
Working with a coin size battery, the built-in microphone of Puff Switch has a blow trigger converting the frequencies derived from puffing action into signals automatically to do the clicks.
The switch’s smart battery system turns the device off each 3 hours if it is not used and battery replacement is as easy as changing your remote controls' batteries.
G-Switch Series Finger Switch
The Finger Switch comes with a highly sensitive switch button that can be mounted on a touch fastener strap or any kind of fabric surface with its sticky bottom and allow its users to do clicking action with any part of their body.
With its long cable, Finger Switch can be used in different positions - with your finger, with your arm and even with your head. Simply wrap the touch fastener strap around and stick it onto it. Pretty simple.
In this era of touch to communicate, GlassOuse continues its journey to meet the needs of a wide variety of people having difficulty to connect the world.
To reach out more and more people in need, the team behind the concept encourages individuals and professionals in Assistive Tech community to be a part of this ongoing challenge - to make it more successful than ever.
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