Is Smart Tech The Key To A Better Living For People With Disabilities?
The smart tech has been helping the world become a better place for the last few years. It has now improved the way smart devices help disabled people. A participant was chosen from Singapore who suffers from Nager syndrome for the pilot program of the Smart Home Guide. It is an initiative by SG Enable in partnership with Google to help people with disabilities to set up a smart home ecosystem. With the smart doorbell and lighting system, this is paired with a mobile application, the lights flicker that alerts her of people at the door whenever the doorbell rings. Another popular device is an eye-gaze-enabled technology called the Tobii eye tracker. With the help of this, one can use social media, type out long essays, or log on to the internet without any assistance.
One can communicate his thoughts by “typing” with his eyes, and having the computer read aloud the text.
The Tobii eye tracker is picking traction where many people across the globe are on a lookout for such a game-changing device. Due to the high price tag of the device, it is available on a loan program. The patients undergo multiple tests to qualify for the device as they are limited in stock. Various innovation programs run across the globe to innovate something which can help the disabled community.
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