Makeup With Embedded Electronics Helps The Disabled Control Their Devices
Advancements in wearable technology enable people with disabilities to carry on with normal daily functions.
Winkymote is an infrared remote control hidden in makeup that helps quadriplegics change TV channels with blinks. This development is part of Katia Vega’s ongoing Beauty Technology project, which has grown to include metallised false eyelashes that can activate various electronic devices and other cosmetics tech products.
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