MouseTrap is a GNOME desktop application that allows users with motion disabilities to move the cursor. MouseTrap uses a webcam to track the user's motion, typically forehead or eyes, and moves the cursor accordingly. MouseTrap is written in Python and uses the OpenCV libraries.
MouseTrap is being managed jointly under the GNOME Accessibility Team along with faculty and student representatives from Drexel University, Western New England University and Nassau Community College.
- Instructions for getting started- These are guidelines and instructions for developers getting started with MouseTrap and include download and installation instruction.
- Team status - Summaries of progress made by MouseTrap team members.
- Team Development Help - Development help and guideance.
- Resources that should help with both MouseTrap and GNOME
- MouseTrap team
- MouseTrap IRC meeting minutes
- MouseTrap Sprint Friday April 5th
- POSSE 2015-09 Activity
- Need link to Curriculum Ideas and Activities using MouseTrap
Initial task list suggestions: (This should be moved to the GNOME MouseTrap page)
- Conversion to gobject-introspection
- Migration to python 3
- Migration to gtk+ 3 for any UI
Pages in category "Gnome MouseTrap"
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