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Key depressors and head attached pointers

Head pointers (sometimes called chin pointers) are devices worn on the head with an extending piece that allows the user to reach and point or engage with objects by using the head. Head pointers can be used for depressing keys (such as those on a computer keyboard), activating switches or telephone dialling. The pointer is designed not to interrupt the field of vision and enable close proximity to an item. They come in different sizes and are adjustable for user comfort. View relevant references ‣

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