West Virginia Assistive Technology Blog

Archive for November, 2014

Control Your Environment with Your Eyes

WVATS recently added the Tobii PCEye Go to its Loan Library. The Tobii PCEye Go is an eye tracker system. The device replaces the standard mouse, allowing you to navigate and control a desktop or laptop co mputer using only your eyes.The PCEye Go runs on standard Windows computers and tablets which allows you to […]

A New Path for Helping Hooves

“Small yet mighty.” That is how some horse lovers describe miniature horses. Minis were bred around the world over the centuries to be smaller yet still have the positive attributes of a horse. Miniature horses tend to be hardy animals with a gentle spirit. Miniature horses are not new to West Virginia. At one time, […]

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