Spin Magazine Article

April 4, 2017

While the ubiquitous smartphone has become an invaluable tool around the globe, many people with quadriplegia (new window) or any other disability that limits hand function believe the technology has passed them by. That’s why the Neil Squire Society teamed up with Google (new window) to create an affordable solution that works for those with the highest levels of SCI. And readers of The Spin who act fast can get in on the ground floor.

Read about the LipSync (new window) on pages 9 to 11 in the Spring 2017 issue of Spin Magazine (new window).