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A head and face controlled computer mouse

"This software has allowed me to continue working and to do software development, which is what I'm most passionate about."
Eyal (Parkinson's), United States
"It benefits me by giving me the ability to play video games again."
James, United States
"Honestly it is better than the eye gaze that I have tried. That is USD 8000+"
Noah, United States
"This software benefits me with the ability to play everything I had to stop playing because of the loss of function."
Dylan (Duchenne), Canada
"Most first-person shooter games are very difficult to play with just my physical setup, but having the KinesicMouse helps with more key bindings."
Quoc (Muscular Dystrophy), United States
Microsoft Kinect for Windows

Latest 3D technology

Using the latest Microsoft Kinect™ 3D camera technology*.

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beautiful female face with futuristic face tracking grid

Get full control

Reads more than 50 signals from your face.

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modern gamepad controller

More than just a mouse

Emulates mouse, keyboard and joystick input.

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stylish power button

Easy to use

Not requiring any reflective markers on your face.

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adjustable knobs and buttons

Adjustable

The KinesicMouse is highly adjustable and can be combined with other input devices.

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Try for free

Try a fully featured version of the KinesicMouse 14 days for free.

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Latest News

22
01/15

KinesicMouse v3.0 released

A brand new release of the KinesicMouse is now available for all Kinect V2 users! Packed with new features and improvements v3.0 introduces a whole new level. A completely new, modern user interface design is just one of the highlights. Further features are: night vision (IR) mode, optional training for neutral face, suppression signal for relative mode, high precision filter and many other improvements.

22
01/15

Eyal shares his KM experiences

Eyal is a software engineer from the USA and has Parkinson's desease. He feels obligated to share his story with the 10 million+ Parkinson's sufferers worldwide. Read his full letter how he regained the ability to access his computer after trying any AT device there is.


portrait of Markus Proell "Hi, my name is Markus and I am the developer of KinesicMouse. With your feedback and on-going support we can build and shape this powerful tool together. Everyone should get the chance to access modern IT-systems and games – just like anyone else."

Markus Pröll, CEO & Developer

* Microsoft, Kinect and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corp. in the United States and/or other countries.

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