benjaminaigner edited this page Nov 14, 2015 · 4 revisions

Welcome to the FABI wiki!

The FABI (Flexible Assistive Button Interface) allows control of a computer’s mouse cursor and typing desired keyboard keys by using buttons and special/individual input methods. It can be helpful for people who cannot use standard computer input devices – enabling them to play games, surf the internet, write emails and much more.

Most of the information is located in the user manual (https://github.com/asterics/FABI/blob/master/FABI%20flexible%20assistive%20button%20interface.pdf), this wiki is describing further details on some examples of FABI.

People with physical disabilities might need different solutions than the FABI. In this case, you should have a look at our other projects:

FLipmouse

A zero-force joystick, which is operated either by mouth or by finger:

https://github.com/asterics/FLipmouse

AsTeRICS

AsTeRICS is a software framework, which allows rapid development of a wide spreaded range of assistive solutions:

https://github.com/asterics/AsTeRICS

Examples

RapidCoding

This piece of hardware was built to increase the coding efficiency. This might not apply to all types of keyboards, but a German keyboard layout is a little bit annoying for coding:

The brackets are only available with a modifier key (German layout: right Alt/AltGr for curly and angle brackets). This is quite slowing down...

If you want to speed up your hacking, please visit the wiki page for RapidCoding.

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