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GlassOuse v1.2 Bluetooth Glasses Mouse
GlassOuse V1.2 is designed to be more flexible and functional to meet the needs of those with limited movement abilities while connecting technology. GlassOuse V1.2 can connect to computers, mobile phones, tablets and smart TVs via Bluetooth hassle-free and it is an assistive device compatible with Windows, masOS, Linux, Android and Chrome OS. GlassOuse can be paired with new G-Switch Series options according to the need, or with Dwell software directly.
You can wear GlassOuse v1.2 with your own glasses, and fold it like the regular ones. With its upgraded 9-axis-gyroscope feature, GlassOuse detects the slightest head movements to move the cursor on your screen. Simply connect your GlassOuse to your device, complete the short calibration process for 100% accuracy and start using your gadgets hands-free.
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WELCOME TO MASSMATCH ATRC ONLINE DEVICE INVENTORY!
New Pick-Up and Drop-off Center on North Shore
Starting in June, patrons of the MassMATCH Assistive Technology Regional Center, ATRC-Boston, can now pick-up and drop-off borrowed AT devices at the Independent Living Center North Shore and Cape Ann (ILCNSCA. Contact Information: 27 Congress St. Suite 107 Salem 01970 firstname.lastname@example.org 978-741-0077
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Welcome to the MassMATCH ATRC Device Inventory Database!
MassMATCH is the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' initiative to Maximize Assistive Technology (AT) in Consumers' Hands. This online public database reflects the inventory available for loan at our three Assistive Technology Regional Center (ATRC) locations in Pittsfield, Worcester and Boston. Please feel free to browse the database. To borrow devices from the ATRC, you must create a free user account and then search by item name in the text field at the top of this screen labelled "Start Here."
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