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Dear REHACARE visitors,

Thank you very much for your many visits to our booth and your enthusiastic reactions! If you were not able to visit our booth, we have uploaded a video of our REHACARE demo on YouTube for you.

To try Semanux at home, you don't need more than a PC with a webcam. The download of our software becomes available directly after you register for our Semanux Beta test phase. If you want to use a switch for input in addition to the webcam, we have created a comparison of several foot switches for you. The best way to practice your first steps with our new way of interaction is then to play our Semanux Memory game.

Please be patient with us if you find bugs in our software at the beginning. We are continuously working on fixing existing problems and adding new features. You can help us with that! Write us, if something doesn't work as you expected it to. But also if you have other wishes and suggestions. You can reach us either by email at or on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. There we will also keep you up to date on all further developments.

Your Semanux-Team

We improve the access to the Web for people with motor impairment. Because everyone should be able to participate in our digital society.

Semanux combines hands-free interaction with artificial intelligence to make the Web inclusive for people with motor impairment. Browse the Web with a combined interaction of:

  • Triggers
  • Eye Tracking
  • Keyboard
  • Speech Interaction
  • Joystick
  • Mouse

Our artificial intelligence understands the interactivity of websites and adapts the interaction accordingly!

News about Semanux

Review: Gamepads
More news can be found in our Blog.

The Team behind Semanux

We have been researching human-computer interaction and machine learning together for multiple years. This expertise will come together in Semanux to create a unique experience.

We are supported by two mentors who guide us in matters of human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence, innovative business models, and entrepreneurship.

  • Prof. Dr. Steffen Staab Prof. Dr. Steffen Staab Endowed Chair for Analytic Computing at the University of Stuttgart
  • Prof. Dr. Alexander Brem Prof. Dr. Alexander Brem Endowed Chair for Entrepreneurship in Technology and Digitization Research at the University of Stuttgart
  • Analytic Computing
  • Startup Campus 0711
  • University of Stuttgart
The Semanux project is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and the European Social Fund as part of the EXIST program.