Improved mouse control for users with disabilities


I'm giving University of Washington's AIM Research Group and their software a rating of 5 out of 5 for extreme cleverness and to encourage them to carry on refining their cursor control software.

So, tell me: What are you doing to support your disabled users and what more should you or would you like to be doing?

Gibbs is in Ventura, Calif. Your thoughts to

in Network World's Software section.