Use the joystick of a wheelchair as a mouse to control computer, compatible tablets, and smartphones that are cursor-controlled (does not include iDevices). With no additional adjustment, you can control and access applications in a simple, accurate, and comfortable way. Quick and easy to install over the original joystick
The wireless ring allows the user to toggle between different devices with a patterned movement of the joystick. The wireless ring is connected to a transmitter paired to the receiver, which is plugged to the device that you want to control. Each transmitter can be paired up to 4 receivers to be used with different devices or in different places.
Includes two customizable switch inputs. One single switch input allows turning off the movement of the cursor.
Easy to install
Does not interfere with wheelchair's electronics
Can be configured on start-up and all parameters are saved to the device
Ring is calibrated and adjusts to user’s position and movements
Mouse clicks can also be done with external switches, if preferred
Includes BJOY software, Windows based,(free download) to customize and set key functions. All settings are stored in the Ring; no need to configure if used with different devices.
The BJOY software allows you to:
Adjust the pointer’s speed, sensitivity, and auditory feedback to suite user’s needs.
Orientate the device to adjust it to the user’s position. The software recognizes the mounting angle automatically. It works with up to 45º inclination.
Set the function assigned to each button: left click, right click, drag & drop, double click or nothing.
Configure the drag & drop function as a long touch on the button you select.
Set the time needed for a button-press to be considered a valid touch.
Activate the dwell click function for the left click (AutoClick).
Configure the joystick to move in 4 or 8 directions to improve access for people with inaccurate movements.