Lomak makes input easier



While the computer has made great leaps and bounds when it comes to ease of us, there are still certain segments of the population that find it difficult to use, especially the disabled. The Lomak (Light Operated Mouse and Keyboard) takes on an ingenious design for a computer input device, featuring a pointer that can be controlled via hand or mounted on one’s head. The light will point at a special input device that lets the user type a letter by moving one’s head slightly. I must say, don’t interrupt anyone using this. I know I would be pissed if I’m busy typing out a letter and turn my head to respond to a call, only to return to my document that now has an array of random letters strewn all over.

Source: Sci Fi Blog

2 reviews or comments

Shirley Thomson Says: June 10, 2008 at 2:41 am

Don’t worry about interruptions while typing, the lomak is not going to run amok should you turn your head. Also, mistakes are easily corrected.The whole thing is controlled easily – I am speaking from experience as I have used a lomak since August 2005. I do almost all of the many computer tasks I ever did. Fast games would be difficult, most things are easy, delicate things like photo retouching are a breeze.

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