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EagleEyes In the News

KSL News Story on Eagle Eyes at Jordan Valley School. Read the full story here.

KUTV Channel 2 News in Utah recognized The Opportunity Foundation of America in their segment Pay it Forward.

EagleEyes Documentaries

Changing Lives highlights three families whose lives have been changed by the use of EagleEyes. Made possible by The Forever Young Foundation.

Documentary on BYU TV's Turning Point featuring the EagleEyes story. 

EagleEyes Use

EagleEyes is an eye controlled mouse, sometimes referred to as eye gaze device. The user can control a computer mouse with their eye and head movement in virtually any position. 

EagleEyes is generally for children & adults who are most often non-verbal, paralyzed, and have at most a "YES/NO" method of communicating or are completely locked-in. Some of the diagnosis that fall into this category are: Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury, Rett Syndrome, Spinal Muscular Atrophy, severe Cerebral Palsy and Neurological Disorders.

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Most Recent Stories/News

Stacey and Skyler Battle

Stacey and Skyler battle aliens together

EagleEyes in Alaska News

A news segment on Eagle Eyes eye controlled technology in Alaska.

EagleEyes for Adults in Florida

EagleEyes is now being used in Venice Florida for adults in day programs to control the computer with their eyes.

2014 Spring Newsletter

Read about our amazing volunteers and their stories in their own words.

Christmas Cards Made with EagleEyes

Students at Jordan Valley School in the Canyons district made Christmas cards with their eyes this year using EagleEyes eye…

Pay it Forward

The Opportunity Foundation is sponsored on KUTV Channel 2 Pay it Forward for their role in the EagleEyes Project.