accessible technology questions

response to questions about accessible technology:

I do a fair bit of accessible technology experimentation, have used the voice recognition, smartnav, eyegaze/mytobii, and mouthstick as well as switch based scanning and infrared. my main input device is speech recognition using a Python scripting environment (NatLink) to make things more productive.
The blog is below and has some descriptions of my experiences with the mouth stick.

I like the mobile home button (accessibility option), I do a lot of web browsing and reading, I also use it to make some music using a looping software application with the real-time input of the mouthstick.
It is a little bit slower using the accessibility home button to select gestures (but is still possible and fairly efficient after getting used to it).
It is also sometimes difficult meeting the full range of the screen.

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