enPathia is an accessible computer control system which enables simple computer access for people with limited mobility. The enPathia was designed as a head mouse but can also be used by other body parts such as forearms or feet. It is an application to simulate virtual mouse clicks and provide a user- friendly experience of using the body as a navigation tool. The enPathia is best suited for persons with conditions such as multiple sclerosis, tetraplegia, spina bifida and brain paralysis, enabling a versatile and easy system to learn.
- Alternative mouse device for computer navigation, allowing the cursor to move in the direction indicated by the user.
- Allows the user to control the computer by performing gentle and natural movements.
- enPathia allows for creating documents and writing text, navigating files and folders, browse the web and play.