Language controllable mouse developed

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Technology is making progress every day. Now, people from many parts of the world and from different age groups benefit from social media and the internet. Finally, a language-controlled mouse has been developed for individuals who have difficulty in doing this.

Language controllable mouse developed

San Francisco-based company called Augmental Technologies has developed a new product that calls it the latest in technology. This product will be able to be controlled by tongue using a Bluetooth connection and inserted into the mouth.


The product called MouthPad, developed for paralyzed patients, establishes a Bluetooth connection with a product such as a denture worn in the mouth. Working in this way, the product receives and executes commands by establishing a connection in line with the movements suppressed by the language.

MouthPad can be used not only for computers, but also for tablets and phones. It is still under development for now. It is unclear when it will be available for sale. But those who want to buy can join the waiting list through the company's website. There is no preliminary interest in the price.

The product, which look like science fiction movies, charges within 2 hours in its box and offers 5 hours of use after it is fully charged.

Augmental Technologies, the company that developed the MouthPad, states the following in its description of the product:

“The MouthPad is a language-driven interface that controls your computer, smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth. Almost invisible to the world but always available to you, it's placed at the top of your mouth to bring all the power of a traditional touchpad to the tip of your tongue. Whether you're looking for a way to seamlessly interact with your personal devices, the possibilities are endless with the MouthPad."

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