AMI (Assistive Motion Interface) is an alternate solution to the standard computer mouse for people who cannot use or have limited use when controlling a computer or for those who are simply looking for an alternate way to interact with their computers. AMI tracks the natural movements of either the hand, head, elbow, or finger(s) and processes that motion data to control the computer mouse pointer in real time, so that as the user moves so too does the mouse pointer.
CTO and Co-founder
Eric Dluhos is a graduate of NEC-RETS with a two year degree in Elelectrical Engineering Technology. He was awarded the Bernard Lenehan Scholorship co-offered by