Assistive Technology

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Assistive Technology

A computer program or any other technology used to help physically impaired persons. One example of assistive technology is a computer program that reads newspapers aloud to blind persons.
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A mouse emulator is a device (and all its connections) that takes the place of and functions as a regular mouse.
The DiamondTouch product includes an open API and SDK so that customers are free to develop their own multi-touch, multi-user application software, and it includes a multi-touch mouse emulator and on-screen keyboard so that customers can operate any PC software on DiamondTouch right out of the box.
The DiamondTouch product includes an open API and SDK so that customers are free to develop their own multi-touch, multi-user application software, and it includes a mouse emulator with on-screen keyboard so that customers can operate any PC software on DiamondTouch right out of the box.
KeyStrokes can be used with a mouse, trackball, head pointer, touch screen, or other mouse emulator to type characters into any standard Macintosh application.