| The Quadpuck I RC signals infrared electromagnetic current, and can have several different remote controls programmed into it. It allows a physically challenged
individual, through sip and puff technique, to select and totally control the functions of electronic components such as TV's, VCR's, compact disc players, receivers, tape decks, etc.
|In the educational and business environment, the Quadpuck I CPU and Quadpuck AirStick I CPU opens the door to a dazzling variety of once prohibited trades and professions by enabling the user to interface with existing computer software. The potential is so exciting that it will undoubtedly spawn a new generation of software applications.|
| This new and vital technology will totally eliminate the limitations of the physically challenged in a wide range of computer-related professions. It will put them on truly equal ground
for equal employment opportunities. It will avail to employers a new resource of some of the world's most capable and eager minds.
AirKeys© for windows is a virtual (on-screen) keyboard designed for use with two models. With AirKeys©, a user, who is unable to use a keyboard, can now work in AutoCAD®, type letters, and send commands to any windows program, such as Microsoft Office®, Lotus 1-2-3® and Wordperfect®.
|Jerry Cromer, Sr. (left), and Jerry Cromer, Jr. (right), Co-Inventors of the Quadpuck Systems. Jerry Cromer, Jr., founder of Cromer's Enterprises and a C4-C5 quadriplegic, dreamed of a career in Computer Aided Design Engineering (FULL STORY). The Quadpuck I CPU and Quadpuck AirStick I CPU interface perfectly with AutoCAD®, and can be adapted to virtually any business software application.|
| The Quadpuck I CPU has many productive uses. One of which,
in conjunction with AirKeys© is in the CAD environment, interfacing with the CalComp® Drawing Board II and III Digitizer.
This model requires some limited upper shoulder and arm movement.
The Quadpuck AirStick I CPU emulates a mouse and combined with our AirKeys software, will allow someone with absolutely no arm control to effectively operate any Windows program. This Quadpuck design, with its single mouthpiece, surrenders full competitive working potential to the user.
An important advantage of these models to many businesses is that they in no way limit the computer, software, or peripherals to use by the physically challenged. These models are mounted on a swing arm or stand that can simply pivot out of the way when not in use with the system. The Quadpuck I CPU and the Quadpuck AirStick I CPU are DOS, Windows and OS/2 compatible.
Any Quadpuck system can be modified to meet the needs of specific degrees of disabilities, ranging from moderate to severe, based on individual cases.
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Phone: (803) 775-5191