Head Rotations and Facial Expressions Control a Hands-Free PC

Head Rotations and Facial Expressions Control a Hands-Free PC

Kinesic Mouse brings back the power to control a computer to those without the use of their hands

Azalea Pena
  • 27 august 2015

Markus Proell developed the Kinesic Mouse to help anyone to control a PC by simply making head and face movements.


Proell did not have any disability, but he was an avid video gamer. His fear of being unable to use his hands to control the computer ignited his need to develop a hands-free solution. The vision for the Kinesic Mouse began three years ago and now it is finally helping disabled individuals use computers smoothly.

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