The following list details a number of different styles of head, mouth and eye operated controllers. Most of these are for PCs and Apple computers, but there are alternatives for games consoles too. Some of these devices are very expensive, so it is always worth trying to track down some way of trying before you buy. Please feel free to e-mail for help on anything that is unclear, and to offer any new accessible gaming discoveries.
From Camera Mouse
Free software enabling mouse control via webcam head-tracking. Includes dwell-clicking.
From OneSwitch and Celtic Magic: The GCM100P interface enables people to reach all main PS4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox gamepad controls using sip-puff and a single chin joystick.
The Celtic Magic Huff And Puff Processor 100 (HAPP100) is an advanced breath operated PC controller.
This device allows for fine control over a mouse to control a PC.
From Origin Instruments (USA)
A very easy to set-up head-tracker for PCs and Macs with an excellent mounting system and switch access.
A low-tech solution, although often quite pricey. Also known as a head wand.
From Integra Mouse (USA)
A high-quality mouth controller for PCs and Macs. See SpecialEffect for a video on gaming. Now XAC compatible.
A head-tracking app for Android devices with a "selfie" camera.
An expensive but high-quality looking mouth controller for PCs and Macs. Has the facility to enter text via sip-puff morse-code!
From Markus Proll
PC software to translate head-movements, facial expressions, and blinks to key, mouse and/or joystick events. Requires a Windows Kinect.
From Makers Making Change
A 3D printed joystick and sip-puff unit all in one. May be possible to add a PTFE in-line filter for improved cleanliness.
From Natural Point
The discontinued PC SmartNAV range track a silver-dot that can be stuck anywhere and tracked. Movement is translated to mouse movement.
An incredibly sensitive Kinect based switch system for Windows PCs.
Mouth control over PCs and Macs. Combined sip-puff and joystick control.
Popular head controlled gaming solution. The spiritual successor to Ken Yankelevitz's Quad Controller.
From TetraLite Products
A versatile and cheaply priced head-controller for PCs and Macs.
See the TetraMouse comparison page.
See OneSwitch Blog
Ability Net - is a UK charity helping disabled adults and children use computers and the internet by adapting and adjusting their technology.
Ace Centre - archived guide to alternative mouse pointers, including web-cam and ultra-sonic based interfaces.
COGAIN.org - Communication by Gaze Interaction. Much useful information for eye-tracker users.