Touch-Free Phone Designed for Disabled People
Sesame Phone allows people to use head signals instead of hands
For people with mobility disabilities, communicating by smartphone is often frustrating, requiring constant assistance. But now there’s a solution for those who can’t use their hands – the Sesame Phone, a touch-free smartphone from Sesame Enable. The smartphone uses computer vision technology to allow users to access any app using head movements.
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