Accept morse code inputs from mouse or other input device
This feature would allow users to enter text and commands using Morse code, either by clicking the mouse or using another input device like a simple switch.
Discussion by Disabilities
Morse code input allows people with physical disabilities to use a computer from only a single switch or by touching a single key on the keyboard or the mouse.
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Related Research and Papers
- Alternative text entry using different input methods- Torsten Felzer, Rainer Nordmann
- A comparison of Mouthstick and Morse code text inputs- Simon Levine, John Gauger, Lisa Bowers & Karen Khan
- Intelligent robotic interface input device- Hsien-Hsiang Chiu
- Morse code typing training of an adolescent with cerebral palsy using microcomputer technology: case study- Ming-Che Hseih, Ching-Hsing Luo
- A comparison of two computer access systems for functional text entry- RC DeVries, J Deitz, D Anson
- Morse code application for wireless environmental control systems for severely disabled individuals- Cheng-Hong Yang, Li-Yeh Chuang, Cheng-Huei Yang, Ching-Hsing Luo
- Text input methods for eye trackers using off-screen targets- Poika Isokoski