Overview History Research Publications Funding

Funding for Pebbles Assistive Research


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Partially funded by a grant from NSF (2003-2006)

"Using Handhelds to Help People with Motor Impairments."
This research is funded in part by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. UA-0308065. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the National Science Foundation.
NEC logo

Partially funded by a grant from NEC Foundation of America (2003)

"Handhelds as Assistive Technologies for People with Muscular Disabilities."
See also the NEC Foundation page for this project.
General Motors Logo

Partially Funded by Grants from GM (2002 – 2006)

This research is funded in part by grants from General Motors, as part of the CMU General Motors Collaborative Laboratory, for calendar years 2003, 2004.


Synaptics logo Thanks to Synaptics, Inc. for 3 Touchpads.
AT Sciences logo Thanks to AT Sciences, LLC for an Everest and Jennings Hand Control, model 90487500 joystick controller from a wheelchair.
Synergy Solutions Logo Thanks to Synergy Solutions, a division of BarPoint.com, which donated 10 fifteen-foot Palm cables, that are normally distributed free with a purchase of SlideShow Commander.
Handango logo Thanks to Handango.com, a leading web site for handheld software, for donating 60 souvenir styluses, that have proven useful for some people with disabilities.
Palm logo Thanks to Palm Computing, Inc. for the donation of four m100 handhelds.


A new assistive text entry method for handheld devices designed to provide high accuracy and stability of motion for people with motor impairments. It is also more accurate than Graffiti for people without motor impairments.

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Remote Commander

A word prediction version of this software is available for download.

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