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CrossScanner
(1-2 switch mouse emulator)
10-23-13:  Windows 8 version available

Screenshot of CrossScanner Demo

Click here to read the AJOT Article Evaluation of Computer-Access Solutions for Students Quadriplegic Athetoid CP

Picture of CrossScanner mouse emulator in use by
            switch

Yuriy using CrossScanner with a tongue switch
(Click the picture for more info on Yuriy's switch)
    CrossScanner is a universal way to run *any* software by 1 or 2 switch(es). With the switch(es) plugged into my SAM-Trackball, SwitchHopper, Switcheroo, Cordless Switch Interface, or SAM-Joystick, or any switch interface at all, the user is able to perform mouse moves and clicks, double clicks, drags, operate menu's and even enter text (with optional OnScreen keyboard). The user interface is incredibly intuitive. All operation is supervisor-controllable to fine tune CrossScanner to the needs of the user.     Auto-scan operation: the first click starts the lineScan down the screen. The next click stops the line when it gets to the user's desired vertical point. If DoubleClick, Drag, or Text Entry is active, an iconWindow pops up for the user to select between with the fingerScan. The final click tells the computer to move the cursor to that point and perform the chosen function.

A NEW alternate scan mode is Inverse Scan, where the line/finger moves for the time you are holding the switch down, and then release for a certain time, to stop the line/finger.  You can press/release repeatedly, within the time period, to advance the line finger, until it gets where you'd like). 

A second NEW alternate scan mode is 2 Switch Step Scan, where your right-click (switch plugged into an interface than can emulate a mouse right-click) will 'step' the line/finger down/forward, and the click (or switch plugged into an interface that can emulate a left-click) will *select* the current position (stop the line/finger).

Works with: any switch(es) into any interface (like one of ours referenced above), or any keystroke
Download CrossScanner Overview/Practice for Mac

(If you're downloading to a USB drive, Right-click on the above links and choose <Save Link As>.)



Download CrossScanner Overview/Practice for Windows (3.5 Meg)
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CrossScanner Software for Download (Nothing will be shipped! See below for CD version)
1) Download the software. It will let you try it for 1 hour each launch.  You must then...

2) Purchase a Registration Code (or you can purchase the Code at any time)
SMX-3R - Registration Code for CrossScanner for Mac OS 10.2 & greater - $119
(OS X upgrades from earlier versions are available for $49 by contacting us)
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SM-3R - Registration Code for CrossScanner for Mac OS 9 (and earlier) - $119

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SM-3 -  CrossScanner for Mac OS 9 (and earlier) - $119
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American Journal of Occupational Therapy Article:
Evaluation of Computer-Access Solutions for Students Quadriplegic Athetoid CP


Extracted Highlights

"The CrossScanner with the infrared switch reported the highest rate of accuracy in both cases."
"Participant 1 gave both the CrossScanner...the highest rating for level of comfort..."
"According to these statistical findings, the OT should prescribe the CrossScanner..."
"Of the four systems, Participant 2 gave CrossScanner the highest score (78 of 84) in the Assessment of Comfort."
"...the rate of accuracy was higher than the ASL Head-Arry and CameraMouse.
"After 2 months of training with the ASL Head-Array and another 2 months of training with the CrossScanner, Participant 2 decided to use the CrossScanner..."

"The CrossScanner showed the highest rate of accuracy among the four systems and across the two participants.  In both cases, the CrossScanner was a reliable interface because it required a single action that could be transformed into a left click, right click, double click, or drag, according to the user's choice."

Click here to read the full article
(reprinted with permission from AJOT and Copyright Clearance Center)


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