megabee eye pointing communication tablet example

MegaBee Eye Pointing Communication Tablet

There are several augmentative and alternative communication devices available, but if you’re looking for an eye gaze option, check out the MegaBee Eye Pointing Communication Tablet.  

megabee eye pointing communication tablet example

The MegaBee assistive communication tablet is a lower-tech eye-pointing device compared to other computer systems.  While using the device, the caregiver tracks a patient’s eye movement and uses eye gaze to determine letter locations, which are then displayed on the LCD screen below. 

For  example:

“If you were looking for the letter ‘A’ you would first be looking at the color block white because that is where the letter ‘A’ is located. The caregiver then presses the white button. Then you would look at the color block blue because the letter ‘A’ is blue. The caregiver then presses the blue button the letter ‘A’ appears on the LCD screen below…”

Overview of the MegaBee Eye Pointing Communication Tablet:

  • Easy-to-use out of the box for both speaker and listener
  • Dual screens accommodate 20 characters in 2 lines
  • Easy to manage text or picture modes
  • 260 custom abbreviations available
  • Bluetooth PC connectivity allows large, remote display and text storage options
  • No demands on the literacy skills of the listener
  • Ideal for individuals with a range of neurological conditions, both acute and progressive
  • Measures 17″ x 12″ x 1.5″
  • Weighs approximately 2 pounds

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