Vectis was conceived by Alternate Devices' founder after a life-altering injury left him with a limited ability to use a keyboard or mouse. The Vectis was developed to be an easy-to-use, dynamic input peripheral that enables fast interaction with modern user interfaces.
Engineered to improve upon accessibility switches, the Vectis translates three degrees of interaction into nine distinguishable actions. Each action allows a user a range of control when engaging in common everyday activities such as browsing the web and playing games.
From users with severe disability to those looking to relieve the hands, the Vectis provides an alternate way to provide input to smart devices. Adaptive technology is no longer just for those who have difficulty using keyboards, mice, or touchscreens - the Vectis gives users the ability to enhance their use of modern technology through the use of their feet.