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Accessibility and (r)evolution
The Key-X
Accessibility and (r)evolution
The Key-X – Multifunctional Smart Keyboard

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Multifunctional Smart Keyboard

The Key-X

The device that redefines the inclusion of people with disabilities.

By itself, the Key-X is an innovative resource, which gives autonomy to people with any motor limitation to control any computer. However, offering every function of keyboard and mouse with total accessibility is just a detail. With just eleven touch-sensitive keys, which can be triggered even by the blink of an eye, the Key-X does much further. In conjunction with the Simplix software and its accessories, the Key-X makes up an amazing platform of school inclusion and rehabilitation, capable of developing the motor and cognitive skills of students and patients with physical and intellectual disabilities.

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The Key-X optional accessory

a. Key-X Exclusive Acrylic Guard

The guard is a removable acrylic mask with holes that coincide with each key of the Key-X, preventing the

user with motor difficulties from activating the neighboring keys involuntarily.

b) A-blinX - Adaptive switch triggered by the eye blink

The a-blinX is a switch composed of a small electronic sensor that can be easily attached to the stem of any eyeglass frame.

When properly positioned, the sensor is capable of detecting the user’s blink of the eye, making a momentary electrical contact be executed for the realization of simple commands in a computer or electronic device such as Key-X.

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c) X Button - Wired pressure trigger

People with several motor impairments and little voluntary movement can control other devices pressing this mechanical trigger even with less force, using short movements of the upper or lower limbs or the head.

d) X-Queeze - Pressure air trigger

X-Queeze is a pneumatic trigger that acts by means of the pressure exerted on an airbag that can capture the movement of the person with a disability and turn it into an electrical and audible signal. You can also interact with your computer, simulating the pressing of a key. The difference between this and other devices on the market is that X-Queeze is fully adaptable to the user, both ergonomically and at the level of physical stimulation.

This means that even a person with minimal movement in his body can use it. The sensor format (a bladder) makes it can be adapted in any part of the body where the person has more mobility.

Typing Accelerator


FluentiX is a typing accelerator with a built-in text preview, designed to make typing faster and less energy-intensive for those who use the Key-X Keyboard.

This intuitive keyboard software makes typing much easier by suggesting words that are frequently used. As a word is typed, one of the FluentiX suggestions is selected and the user can complete the word quickly by simply touching the two keys next to the suggestion in sequence.

In addition, FluentiX adapts intuitively to your vocabulary, making writing increasingly fluent. FluentiX is compatible with Windows operating systems from XP onwards, and can be easily downloaded.