A New Way To Control
Wearable, Multimodal Alternative Control
MagTrack is a wearable, multimodal alternative controller that allows you to drive your power wheelchair and control smart electronic devices hands-free via head tilt and facial gestures.
A smart eye-wear form factor allows for portability, ease-of-use, and comfort.
Intuitive head control allows for easy-to-use proportional control to drive and steer a power wheelchair. Facial tracers sense small eyebrow and cheek movements to activate discrete inputs. This multimodal combination also allows for control of other wheelchair functions such as mode and profile switching, seating adjustment, among others (speed, headlights, horn).
Use facial gestures to navigate to seating functions and head control to adjust seating.
Adaptable to RoM
Calibration ensures the device is adapted to the user’s available range of motion.
Facial gestures can toggle between momentary and cruise control.
Multiple stopping mechanisms including head tilt, facial gesture, and optional e-stop switch.
Control any Bluetooth-enabled digital device (smartphone, tablet, computer). A mouse cursor is controlled by head motion, and facial gestures trigger left/right clicks. Facial gestures can also be mapped to other discrete commands such as global actions in mobile devices (home, back, select), and any keyboard key on computers.
Use multimodal control to access home assistant apps to activate wireless switches, lights, etc.
Navigate smart TV apps such as Roku to change channels, control volume, and more.
Play PC games via mouse and keyboard mappings. MagTrack’s multimodal control is best suited for racing, turn-based, and strategy games.
How MagTrack Can Help
MagTrack is ideal for those living with some form of paralysis and requiring a power wheelchair, resulting from Spinal Cord Injury (SCI), Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), among others. Our technology offers a hands-free method of control over your power wheelchair and smart electronic devices so you can do more with the mobility that is available to you.
MagTrack is actively being developed and is looking for feedback. If you are interested in testing MagTrack, or are a physical therapist, seating specialist, or assistive technology professional and would like to learn more, please contact us.