Smartphone for people with limited mobility can be controlled without touch
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These days, smartphones are taken somewhat for granted. They're so integral to our daily lives that accidentally leaving them at home or charged at low battery can constitute a mini disaster. However, there's some members of society who aren't able to use them. We've previously written about pererro, a kit that helps attach joysticks to iOS devices to make them easier to use for those with mobility difficulties. Now Sesame is the first smartphone that works for disabled people out of the box. For most consumers, performing some tasks on a handheld device like a smartphone can be a bit…
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