Berkeley company creates world’s first foot-controlled computer device

Bjorn Hartmann, above, believes the interface device will not be popular among typical computer users.
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Bjorn Hartmann, above, believes the interface device will not be popular among typical computer users.

A private Berkeley company is making strides to push computers toward a hands-free era with the announcement of its new product — the world’s first foot-controlled interface device. Developed nearby at the offices of Keith McMillen Instruments on Fourth Street between Channing Way and Bancroft Way, this device allows the
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