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FABI - Flexible Assistive Button Interface

The FABI (Flexible Assistive Button Interface) allows control of a computer’s mouse cursor and typing desired keyboard keys by using buttons and special/individual input methods. It can be helpful for people who cannot use standard computer input devices – enabling them to play games, surf the internet, write emails and much more.  

FABI in different configurations    

The FABI Interface can be actuated via dedicated buttons, momentary switches or self-made electrical contacts. FABI consists of a hardware module (a low-cost microcontroller which behaves as a computer mouse and/or keyboard) and a graphical software application for configuration of the desired functions.

All software and hardware plans are open source and we took care to use the most affordable components available on the market to establish these functionalities – making FABI the most reasonably priced flexible assistive button interface we know!

 FABI with different button solutions

Please read the User Manual prior to the installation and use of any soft- or hardware!

Download the User Manual for FABI here >>> FABI User Manual and Assembly Guide

Download the FABI software here >>> FABI Software and Design Files

 

Disclaimer
The University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien and the AsTeRICS Academy project team do not assume any warranty and liability for the functionality of the "Do-it-Yourself" assistive tools and the correctness of the documents and files provided. Additionally, the UAS TW is not liable for any damages to health due to the use of the Assistive Tools which can be developed with the help of the documents provided. The provided software applications and hardware modules are used at own risk!

 

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AsTeRICS Academy
is kindly supported by:

    Link to City of Vienna MA23
  
Since 2016 this work is
supported by the
City of Vienna (MA-23)
within the Call18 project
ToRaDes, grant nr. 18-04.

 

  link to ToRaDes Project