AMAneo Assistive Mouse Adapter Helps Control Your Clicks

Millions of people worldwide suffer from hand tremors. And working a computer mouse can be a nightmare for those with hand dexterity challenges. The AMAneo (Assistive Mouse Adapter) helps people with shaky hand movements or tremors control their computer mouse better.

AMAneo steady hand device

Even if the user’s hand is shaking, the AMAneo filters the trembling of the hand electronically so the mouse pointer on the screen moves smoothly. This device is compatible with any PC and can be adjusted based on tremor intensities.

Keeping things steady

People who enjoy computer design or programs that require a steady hand can use AMAneo to line up their mouse where their mind actually wants it to go, despite hand spasms. With AMAneo, it is now possible to operate iPads or iPhones directly with an assistive mouse (head mouse, joystick mouse, foot mouse, mouth mouse, finger mouse, etc.).

AMAneo device for hand tremors

Features of AMAneo include:

  • USB interface for Windows, Mac, Android (Bluetooth for iOS and PC/Android available soon)
  • 2 external switch connectors (left/right mouse buttons)
  • Adjustable button delay
  • Adjustable click timer
  • Tremor compensation

The device uses similar “steady cam” technology found in camcorders to filter out shaking hand movements. The developer of AMAneo was inspired to create the device after seeing his uncle struggle with Parkinson’s disease and his annoyance with computer mouse control.

Watch a demonstration of the device here:

For more information, visit csslabs.de.

6 comments:

  1. I have a client with MS who is having much difficulty with her mouse control due to tremors. How much does this device cost, and how would we aquire it?

  2. I have hand tremors and looking for a device that can control the shaking of the mouse, causing me to tag someplace I don’t want to go.
    I did see something on this site that I maybe interested.
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  3. I have an eessential tremor that makes using a mouse very difficult. This sounds like the equipment I need. More info please. Can I use it with a cordless mouse? What does it cost and where do I get one?

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