|Traumatic Brain
– Intracranial Bleeding
– Brain Contusion
– Concussion
– Intracranial hemorrhage
– Epidural
– Subdural
– Mca and Asa Infarctions
– Lacunar Infarctions
|Brain Tumors
– Glial Tumors
– Metastases
|Spinal Cord Injury
– Cervical Injury
– Cervical Disc Hernia
– Central Cord Syndrome
|Cervical Surgical Operations
|Brachial Plexus And Peripheral Nerve Injury and Some Shekels After Vascular or Orthopedic Surgical
– Acquired
– Congenital
|Cerebral Palsy
– Prenatal
– Antenatal
– Postnatal
|Multiple Sclerosis
|Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
|Muscular Dystrophy
– Becker Dystrophy
– Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
– Scapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy
|Spinal Muscular Atrophy
Shekel Of Central Nervous System Infections
– Guillen Barre Syndrome
– Polymyositis
|Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
|Multiple sclerosis (MS)
|Repetitive strain injury (RSI)
|Muscular Dystrophy
|Cerebral palsy (CP)

People who do not have disability to move hands or people who have disability to move head.

You need to make calibration for Glassouse as following:
If the cursor moves abnormally (e.g. vibration, sliding), calibration is recommended. Calibration is also advisable before first use. It should take a maximum of three minutes to complete the entire process.
To calibrate GlassOuse:
Make the Bluetooth connection with your device. Press the “Reset” button.
Put GlassOuse on a flat, steady table. The “Click” cable should be in a suspended position.
During calibration, the LED will alternate between blue and red for about 1 second at a time. When the red colour is sustained, the calibration is completed, and you can start to use your device.

Since GlassOuse V1.1 has a smart battery mode to extend the battery life and not to disturb you while you are watching movies or listening to music, GlassOuse V1.1 enters “Sleep” mode if the bite-click switch is not pressed for 3 minutes. You can simply “click” to wake GlassOuse V1.1 up.

Glassouse uses Bluetooth connection. You can connect your GlassOuse to you device via Bluetooth connection.

– Android devices (Mobile phone, Tablet PC, TV)
– Windows devices (Mobile phone, Tablet PC, TV, PC)
– Linux devices (Tablet PC, PC)
– Apple Mac (PC)*

With your GlassOuse V1.1, you can perform the clicking action via biting the bite-click switch. Silicone switch cover is made of non-carcinogenic materials and has RoHS certification.

If you use GlassOuse V1.2, you can do the clicking action via Dwell software.

If you combine your GlassOuse V1.2 with GS01 Bite Switch, clicking action is done via biting. With GS02 Puff Switch, clicks are made via simple puffs. And with GS03 Finger Switch, you just simply press the switch with any part of your body.

We suggest to use 3rd party free software such as ClickAid or Point-n-Click to make a ‘right click’ and scroll on your PC.

Setting Mouse Sensitivity

You can set the sensitivity in two ways:

Navigate to the tablet’s “Menu > Settings >Controls >Language and Access > Mouse/trackpad > Marking speed” and set the desired cursor speed or you can easily set cursor speed in PC.

Using the GlassOuse unit:
1.Press the “Click” and “Reset” buttons at the same time.
2.First, release the “Reset” button. After that, release the “Click” button. The LED should begin to flash red.
3.Select the desired pointer speed (slow, medium, or fast) by pressing the “Click” button according to the speed of the red LED light. On the “slow” setting, the LED will flash slowly. On the “medium” setting, it will flash faster, and on the “fast” setting, it will flash the fastest.
4.After making your choice, press “Reset” and activate GlassOuse

You can download the APK files on our support page to your Android device to use Glassouse efficiently. As a 3rd party software we suggest EasyTouch app to mimic physical home buttons on your device screen to switch between pages and apps while using Glassouse and AnySoftKeyboard app to be able to use a screen keyboard while connected to Glassouse.

You can download the APK file on our support page to your Android device to use physical home and return buttons with EasyTouch app.