The Entrepreneurs Mohit Patil, 28, studied mechanical engineering and physics in his native India, where he researched assistive technology and brain-computer interfaces. Patil pursued his master’s in electrical engineering and...
Disability must not mean giving up our independence, our freedom to fulfill our dreams or contribute to the society. Our mission at Abilitare is to empower the disabled with the same level of communication and computer access as everyone else.
individuals worldwide cannot use keyboards, mice or touchscreens with their hands.
Passion for Improved Outcomes Meets Passion for Technology "I come from a family of doctors in India," Mohit begins. I have already met Mohit and his partner, Parth Shah, at...
BrainForce (now Abilitare) wins $25,000 in 2021 Big Idea Competition held by the Warrington School of Business, University of Florida. Led by graduate engineering student Mohit Patil, graduate engineering student...
If you are looking for completely hands-free control of computer, the Abili Mouse is perfect for you! Abili Mouse attaches to multiple daily accesories including hats, headphones, and headbands. The Abili Mouse connects to your devices via bluetooth allowing complete portability pic.twitter.com/EAATpQju0H— Abilitare (@Abilitare) January 31, 2022
Fingers crossed 🤞 https://t.co/YDutnGBSFu— Abilitare (@Abilitare) October 27, 2021
In 1986, Nintendo came out with the first hands-free accessibility controller to allow disabled gamers the chance to use their consoles. After that, it took more than 20 years for other video game consoles to follow suit in creating adaptive gaming solutions. pic.twitter.com/R4EOTFGoEe— Abilitare (@Abilitare) October 6, 2021