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  • Dvd
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    Thanks Terrry ..It is good to see some companies are at least trying to improve lives of people who have disabilities .. where would we all be if nobody tried .. technology has come a long way and had to be started somewhere .. think how many benefit from aids to help them through MND ..Probably when some of these aids were being built or talked about people probably said" that will never work .." but proved them wrong
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  • Terry
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    Thanks for the info Dvd;

    It's good to keep up to date with things.

    Love Terry

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  • Dvd
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    Originally posted by Barry52 View Post
    Hi DVD,

    I think they made a poor choice of presenter for the accompanying video. Speaking at 100mph is not a good example of communication or is it just me with my slowed down app.

    Barry
    Hi Barry .I don't know anything about this app .. it was just forwarded to me via another MND group I am in so I passed it on to the forum
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  • Barry52
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    Hi DVD,

    I think they made a poor choice of presenter for the accompanying video. Speaking at 100mph is not a good example of communication or is it just me with my slowed down app.

    Barry

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  • Dvd
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    Read, learn and share how assistive technology can help

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  • Ellie
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    Hi Seetie,

    The App is not yet available so there's no feedback. Disappointingly it was trialled on people without ALS/MND - quite bizarre really!
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  • Terry
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    Looks quite basic Dvd;

    But it is a handy size on a smart phone that would allow us to communicate. It would be interesting to hear from those that have tried it.

    Love Terry

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  • Dvd
    started a topic New app ..speak using your eyes

    New app ..speak using your eyes

    A smartphone app called GazeSpeak uses eye movements to predict the words you want to say, allowing people with motor disabilities to communicate faster

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    Last edited by ; 21 February 2017, 10:29.
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