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EagleEyes Summer 2005 Newsletter

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Heather's Freedom
When she introduces herself to classmates in her online courses, Heather Baker, 28, begins by explaining that she is able to access the internet thanks to EagleEyes. While her classmates may not understand the EagleEyes technology, they can nonetheless appreciate her achievements

New Technology Under Development: Eye Tracker Mouse
The EagleEyes Project is developing a new system for controlling the mouse pointer through eye movements. The Eye Tracker Mouse is a computer program that controls the mouse pointer based on readings from the commercially available Applied Science Laboratories (ASL) R6 eye tracker.

The Opportunity Foundation Moves Forward
The Craighalbert Centre in Cumbernauld, Scotland and the Jordan Valley School in Midvale, Utah, were both recently gifted the EagleEyes and CameraMouse technologies by the Opportunity Foundation of America (OFOA).

What I really Need to Know I Learned from EagleEyes...
Colleen Parker received her JD and MBA degrees from Boston College in May. For the past two years she has held an MBA graduate assistantship. Her duties involved putting out this newsletter. She was elected for this assistantship from her resume. Colleen has accepted an associate position at the law firm of Proskauer Rose in New York. We wish her all the best and thank her for her outstanding service. She will always be part of the EagleEyes family. Here she reflects on her experiences.

 


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Summer 2005 Newsletter
Summer 2005 Newsletter
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“See I Told You He Was In There”
See I Told You He Was In There
  The BEAT recently had a chance to talk to Kelly Kooharian about her son Anthony and the EagleEyes system.

EagleEyes a Window to the Mind
EagleEyes a Window to the Mind
  The Jordan District school for students with severe, multiple disabilities is one of four in the world to receive donated EagleEyes technology.