Setting Up Cephable
While Cephable can be set up with little assistance, sometimes it is helpful to have something to follow along with. On this page you will find tutorials for features and functions of Cephable. You can watch videos right on this page or click on the title or tutorial link to view a larger video format and view written tutorial information if available.
This tutorial teaches viewers how to create custom control profiles for various mouse click actions, such as clicking, double-clicking, and right-clicking, using different types of controls, including voice commands and facial expressions.
Voice controls are some of the most common controls used with Cephable. Voice controls can be used in concert with any other input (facial gestures etc…) so you can double up on controls or use them as a combination to get things done.
Expression controls are some of the most powerful controls of Cephable. They allow you to map your own expression capabilities or preferences to inputs historically controlled with a keyboard and mouse.
In this tutorial we walk through how to use your head to scroll a webpage. This input can be used in a variety of ways depending on how you assign it.
One of the major advantages of Cephable is being able to retain screen real estate of a primary device while using secondary device as a control. In these tutorials you will learn how to set it up and use it.
Community + Support
Community and Support is a big part of Cephable. We want everyone who uses our tools to feel supported and heard. In these tutorials you will gain insight in how to participate.
Behind Every Tech Solution, There’s A Story. Here’s Ours.
Cephable exists because its Founder, Alex Dunn, believes his younger brother deserves to be great at the games he loves to play. It is why Alex created software (and in the beginning, hardware) capable of bypassing inaccessibility by changing how his brother could control gaming features and inputs. The results were astounding, and he knew he had a product that could be valuable to the global community of the 1.3B people with disabilities.
Alex took the message and the concept around the world, and Enabled Play (oh yeah, that was our original name) began to gain attention. He built a team that believes accessible-by-design makes stronger products for all. Three things were abundantly clear: there is a need for the tech, there is a market for it, and the value goes far beyond the initial vision of gaming. Enter Cephable – a tech solution for every digital interaction.