Touch-Free Phone Designed for Disabled People

Touch-Free Phone Designed for Disabled People

Sesame Phone allows people to use head signals instead of hands

Marnie Kunz
  • 17 november 2014

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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