TrackerPro is a small “camera” that mounts to the computer’s monitor and converts movement of a reflective target worn by the user to simulated computer mouse movement. It is a computer input device that takes the place of a mouse for people with little or no hand movement. Simply plug it in and it works just like a mouse (no additional software required). Anything that can be done with a regular hand mouse can be done by using TrackerPro (in conjunction with one of many clicking software solutions). Note: computer in photo not included.
How does it work? It is a high-resolution intelligent camera in a solid aluminum enclosure, making it smooth, reliable, stand-alone, robust, accurate and easy to mount. TrackerPro tracks a small dot that you can place on your forehead, glasses or the rim of a hat. Tracker is not a toy meant for the gaming market and then sold to people with disabilities as a secondary thought; it is dedicated assistive technology designed exclusively for people with limited use of their hands.
Hi-Res CCD Camera: Ultra smooth, pixel perfect tracking. You can use TrackerPro for drawing, drafting, or any other application requiring fine cursor control.
45 Degree Field of View: You can sit anywhere that is comfortable in front of the computer, and TrackerPro will automatically find you.
Horizontal or Vertical Mounting: You can use the same TrackerPro on any type of computer: desktop or laptop. The swivel camera ball makes it very easy for pointing the camera.
USB: Standard across all platforms, USB simplifies your connection.
Plug & Play: No software is required. Just plug TrackerPro into the USB port of your computer and you're done.
Sunlight Compatibility: No more annoying jumpiness due to interference from sunlight - in fact, you can even use TrackerPro in direct sunlight.
Intellipoint Compatible: You can scroll easily by simply moving your head up and down - much easier than constantly having to click on the scroll buttons.
Front LED Indicators: Small lights on the front make it easy to know when TrackerPro sees a dot.