Smyle Mouse Gets Nods & Smiles at ATIA 2020 Conference

Uday Parshionikar | February 14, 2020
Hands-free fun with Smyle Mouse Smyle Mouse, the next-gen head controlled mouse software, was recently exhibited at the Assistive Technology Industry Association Conference in Orlando, FL.  The exhibit had a live demo of Smyle Mouse for passersby to try.  Users enjoyed using th

Perceptive Devices’ Smyle Mouse Head Mouse wins People’s Choice Award at RESNA 2017!

Uday Parshionikar | September 26, 2017
We are happy to announce that Smyle Mouse software (the next-gen head mouse) was voted the winner in “Tech I Can Start Using Today” category by hundreds of professionals and experts in the field of Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology assembled at the RESNA 201

Smyle Mouse head controlled mouse demoed at TEDx Cincinnati

Uday Parshionikar | December 20, 2016
Perceptive Devices was honored to be selected to exhibit/demo our technology at the Innovation Alley at TEDx Cincinnati event on June 16, 2016.  We demoed Smyle Mouse, the next gen in head mouse assistive technology at the event, and were very encouraged by the response.

Smyle Mouse Head Mouse: One of the Favorite Assistive Tech at ATIA 2016

Uday Parshionikar | December 20, 2016
People with limited physical ability can manipulate the mouse with a smile and small head movements. These are tracked by a webcam so the user can click, scroll, and even click and drag in order to read accessible text. See a video.. Blog by June Behrman,

New Software Replaces Your Mouse With Your Smile

Uday Parshionikar | December 20, 2016
LAS VEGAS — Over the past several years, we’ve seen all kinds of gesture-control software that lets you navigate around a computer desktop by waving your hands in front of a webcam. But what if you don’t have use of your hands? Smyle Mouse, an upcoming Windows

Perceptive Devices Wins at the First CEA Foundation “Technology That Improves Lives” Contest

Uday Parshionikar | December 20, 2016
Perceptive Devices LLC was chosen one of the winners at the First CEA Foundation “Tech that Improves Lives Video Contest”! As they say, what is good for the disabled is often good for everyone.  In that vein, our hands-free mouse control technology can not only help