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.
June 1993) software is designed to be used with a mouse emulator and requires more memory than an MS-DOS program.
You can use a virtual keyboard with a joystick, a trackball, a mouse, or any mouse emulator or head-pointer system, such as HeadMaster.