Following a stroke, a wound or an injury, you're left with only one valid hand and one valid foot, and cannot play anymore PC games or Xbox games.
The 3dRudder One-Foot system lets you step back into the game.
It enables you to play with the valid side of your body. Game keys or sticks are mapped at the foot and you can play as you used to before.
The 3dRudder One-Foot system is comprised of the 3dRudder foot controller that can be used connected to a PC or a Microsoft Xbox Adaptive Controller, and of the one-foot holder adapter. With a PC, it can be turned into a partial keyboard (up-to 12 keys) or a 3-axes joystick. For PC VR, it can be used with SteamVR and Oculus games. With the Xbox Adaptive controller, it can take over 2 axes of the Xbox gamepad sticks.
The 3dRudder One-Foot system can be used at the left or right foot.
3dRudder Foot Controller/Mouse
The intuitive, easy and complete 3dRudder Foot Mouse provides you with all the functionalities of a traditional PC mouse, at the feet, when because of carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist tendonitis or arthritis, or following an injury, a stroke, a wound, or from birth, or for ergonomic reasons, you should not, cannot, or do not want to use a hand mouse anymore. Easy to set-up, intuitive to use, and complete, the 3dRudder Foot Mouse is the perfect alternative to a standard computer mouse.
By tilting the 3dRudder, your move the cursor where you want to on the screen. By rotating the 3dRudder on itself, you scroll through pages. For left or right clicking, holding click or double clicking, simply press with your left or right toes.
As the sensitivity of the mouse at the feet is very much a matter of personal taste, you can taylor your foot mouse experience by adjusting the settings in the 3dRudder Dashboard software that comes with your 3dRudder.
How does a foot mouse work?
First the user rests her feet on the board. To move the mouse cursor on screen, she just tilts the board in the direction she wants to point to. The more she tilts, the faster the mouse will move across the screen. To scroll, she twists the mouse on itself, and immediately the page she is viewing, scrolls up or down.
Clicks, double clicks, hold clicks, or right clicks are performed by pressing with the left or right toes on the board. The mouse movements and the scroll feel very intuitive and easy, and take only a few seconds to grasp.
The click buttons take a little more time to acquire, but with some practice they will become second nature. All our users always end up enjoying using their foot mouse, a real life saver.
The fact that our mouse is used with both feet prevents fatigue which you would get when using a device that has the feet work independently from each other, and even move around the floor.
Using the 3dRudder Foot Mouse feels a lot like having your feet rest on a footrest.
In this video, see how the user easily controls the mouse exclusively using his feet.