April 4, 2017 Spin Magazine Article

While the ubiquitous smartphone has become an invaluable tool around the globe, many people with quadriplegia or any other disability that limits hand function believe the technology has passed them by.


March 30, 2017 LipSync Update: 2017 AOTA Annual Conference

We’re in Philadelphia this week at the 2017 AOTA (American Occupational Therapists Association) Annual Conference. In front of over 13,000 occupational therapists, we are promoting the LipSync and “making” to create access solutions for people with disabilities.

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March 23, 2017 LipSync Update: Making the Cursor Algorithm

We’ve kept you updated on the progress of our hardware, our trials and errors in the process of physically building a LipSync. Today, we’ll explain the decisions we’ve made from the coding perspective.

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