Accessman | Head Pilot Online
Accessibilité, Informatique, Handicap, Head Pilot, Autonomie, Aide, technique, aide technique
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Head Pilot Online

Make your website really accessible

Install Head Pilot Online

Head Pilot Online makes your website completely accessible for disabled people.
Head Pilot Online is the combination of the Head Pilot application and of a few lines of code in your website. Once installed, internet users may browse your website by using simple head movements or nods.
Users just need to install Head Pilot on their computer. The technology is also on your website for use by the general public access, so in a way the magic will come from your own website. Head Pilot Online is compatible with
  • Windows XP
  • Windows 7
  • Windows 8
  • Windows 10
  • Android
  • Mac OS X

 

Download our product documentation for more details .

Download our product documentation for more details.

Head Pilot Online is installed on a growing list of websites :

List of equipped websites

Download Head Pilot Online

When downloaded, visit our demo website  for a cool test of Head Pilot Online.

 

 

Technology

Head Pilot Online uses classic web technology : HTML, Javascript and CSS. To install the plugin on your website all you need to do is insert some HTML code (we’ll do this for you if you prefer). All what you need to know is described in the following link.

We have also developed plugins for main webite management systems like WordPress, Joomla! and Drupal. If your website has been developed with these Content Management Systems, installing HeadPilot Online can be carried out in a matter of a few minutes!

System specifications

  • Launch/Stop
  • Automatic click
  • Full screen mode
  • Sensitivity
  • Click timer option
  • Click zone

Users can be assured that all of their IT applications previously installed and other functions remain fully operational

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