Tech that enables disabled to use…tech

[grow_thumb image=”” thumb_width=”150″ /]Toronto, Canada-based Komodo Open Lab has developed an assistive technology, Tecla Shield, that enables the upper-body disabled to use smart devices (smartphones, tablets, PCs) and other technology (home automation). It is battery powered and is a DOS that works with all assistive switches on the market (e.g. buttons, sip-and-puff controllers and head arrays), and is portable so it can be used in the home, in a wheelchair or other settings. The cost is moderate from C$ 349 and also couples with other Tecla kits. Springwise  Hat tip to our former Northern Ireland Editor Toni Bunting

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