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Student in Coimbatore creates hands-free mouse for physically challenged


Student in Coimbatore creates hands-free mouse for physically challenged

Coimbatore, Aug 27 (ANI): A 16-year-old student in Coimbatore city, of Tamil Nadu has developed a hands-free mouse for the physically challenged people. Nisanth Kumar, a resident of Coimbatore said he developed the idea when during a recent visit to a home for the disabled he saw people with the talent and skill to use computers being unable to do so due to physical limitations.

Kumar says through this mouse he wants to enable physically challenged people to find a job. The mouse has been uniquely designed as the mouse is worn as a headgear and has an air sensitive microphone.

The movement of the head gear moves the mouse on screen. The mouse clicks on the computer screen every time the operator blows on the microphone.

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