The Lake Oswego, Ore-based company Boundless Assistive Technology markets a software program that provides virtual onscreen keyboard emulation built to work with any Windows program. According to the company’s website, the program OnScreen’s Assistive Technology Version offers users a range of features specifically designed to accommodate individuals who cannot easily use common input devices.

OnScreen is a Windows software program intended to provide a powerful interface through any pointing device by offering on-screen keyboards, word prediction/word completion, user programmable macros, and complete control over all computer functions. OnScreen uses “Heads Up Display” technology in order to keep the user’s focus and concentration centered on one place. The site notes that OnScreen uses the concept to reduce visual refocusing and repositioning, resulting from the heads up and down motion of going from screen to keyboard screen.

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[Source: Boundless Assistive Technology]