Woman looking at monitor with Eyeware

Eyeware’s Vision for the Future

The Swiss company, Eyeware, is on the cutting edge of developing head and eye-tracking technology that will help both people with disabilities, medical students and medical professionals. Best of all, it provides software-only solutions, eliminating the need for headsets, glasses and webcams — thus also cutting costs. The Eyeware Beam app can create more immersive […]

Girl using Skyle

Skyle Turns Your iPad Into an EyePad

Meet Skyle for iPad Pro — a world-first eye tracker that allows you to control an iPad completely with your eyes! Skyle has been specifically created to utilize the power of the iPad Pro, turning it into an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) device that can be controlled completely with your eyes. This tool offers […]

#aphasiaawareness Month 

Two million people in the United States have lost some or all of their ability to use words. This impairment of language is called aphasia and it can affect the production or comprehension of speech and the ability to read or write. Aphasia is due to an injury to the brain and is most commonly from a stroke, but may also be from head […]

3 Text-to-Speech Apps

Text-to-speech technology is a game changer for those who are otherwise unable to communicate with those around them.  For today’s blog, I wanted to introduce you all to three text-to-speech apps. 3 Text-to-Speech Apps The following apps are available on both Android and Apple devices. 1. Predictable: Predictable is an award-winning app for people with speech […]