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What are Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI) and how can they affect you?
Learn how hospitals and rehab centers can benefit from eye gaze and computer control
How eye control can help individuals with spinal cord injuries (SCI) to live more active lives and get back to work
Information and tips on how you can get an eye controlled device for you or your close one with SCI.
Learn how other people with Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI) handle their personal and professional situation
Links, tips and tricks for those of you interested in Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI)
Use this form to contact us with any questions, comments or feedback regarding eyegaze solutions for individuals with spinal cord injuries
The Tobii PCEye provides you with access to the functions of your computer, but instead of using a traditional keyboard, mouse, headmouse, or any other switch you use your eyes. Learn more about computer access...
Studies say that individuals with a spinal cord injury, who still are able to use a computer are much more likely to be able to keep or get a job and to earn much more than those who can't use a computer. Learn more about gaze control and employment...
Accessing a computer and the Internet, using only your eyes, can help you regain a healthy level of personal independence and improve your personal well-being. IT can even be an anti depressant. Learn more about Stephen...
Contact us if you have questions about how eye control can help you regain some of your independence.
Find out how you can fund or buy your own Tobii PCEye
With the Tobii PCEye you can access all the functions of your personal computer.