On January 24, 2011 Alex “Jamison” Franklin was paralyzed in a horrific car accident.
Alex’s neck was fractured at C1-C2 vertebrae, meaning he would be quadriplegic and ventilator-dependent for the rest of his life.
Wanting to continue his education online, Alex needed a mouth-controlled device to interface with his PC. Existing devices were simply too expensive for his family. Current puff-sip systems start at $1,200 and sky-rocket from there. At around $100-150, the Alex Mouse will be an affordable, DIY mouth-joystick with the potential to not only transform Alex’s life, but help all quadriplegics.