Congress Centre North, Conference room A
When the iPad was presented in 2010, quite a few thought and said: "What should one do with it anyway?" Now, 12 years later, everyday life without it is unthinkable for many. We use news apps, buy movie tickets, book our next trip, play games, watch movies, listen to music, email and more—all on iPad and with our hands. But what if we no longer have the opportunity to use our hands for this due to illnesses such as ALS, injuries or accidents?
For many years there have been aids that enable people with physical disabilities to operate a Windows computer with their eyes. Since the end of 2021, the TD Pilot has also offered this option for an iPad-based system.
In this short lecture you will get an insight into the possibilities of operating the iPadOS environment solely with your eyes. You will then have the opportunity to experience eye control yourself at the stand.