Dasher is an information-efficient text-entry interface,
driven by natural continuous pointing gestures.
Dasher is a competitive text-entry system wherever
a full-size keyboard cannot be used - for example,
The eyetracking version of Dasher allows an experienced user to write text
as fast as normal handwriting - 29 words per minute;
using a mouse, experienced users can write at 39 words per minute.
- when operating a computer one-handed, by joystick, touchscreen, trackball, or mouse;
- when operating a computer with zero hands (i.e., by head-mouse or by eyetracker);
- on a palmtop computer;
- on a wearable computer.
Dasher can be used to write efficiently in
Dasher is fast and fun to learn. (If you don't believe us, see what
users round the world say.)
Dasher is free software.
The Dasher project is supported by the Gatsby Foundation
and by the European Commission in the context of
the AEGIS project
- open Accessibility Everywhere: Groundwork, Infrastructure, Standards)
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