Dati dreams of a career in graphic design and spends a large portion of his time creating beautiful designs on his computer. Due to Dati's physical limitations, in conjunction with inadequate equipment, he is unable to create the designs he is envisioning. Dati would like to improve his graphic design setup, by developing a way he can use his feet to interact with his computer.
Team Dati developed a system which uses a ball sensor to control the movement of the mouse. They relocated the mouse buttons so that Dati can drag and drop files more easily. The whole system is angled so that Dati can reach it with his feet while seated. They have also included a manual on how to enable the ideal accessibility settings.
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