Designed for individuals that cannot use a mouse, trackball, or other type of pointing device, but can use a switch-based approach to operate their computer.
By using CrossScanner and a single-switch, any point on the screen can be selected, and any mouse type operation such as clicks, double-clicks, drag, or right-clicks can be accomplished with a few switch hits. Then, using OnScreen and its built in features such as WordComplete, text input can be sent to any program for creating documents, e-mails, or performing simple text entry tasks, all driven by CrossScanner and the single-switch interface.
LineScan (vertical scan) to scan down the screen, so the user can select the Y coordinate for their click, double-click, or drag operation.
FingerScan (horizontal scan) begins with the Icon Options available (selected by a switch hit), and then continues until the next switch hit, where the selected action occurs at the X/Y coordinate (e.g. double-click on an icon).
If there is no switch hit, the FingerScan (Optional) begins a reverse scan to allow a right-click action.