Would a tongue-controlled mouse benefit you?
I saw this new piece of technology on the news recently and thought it looked amazing. It’s a mouse that’s controlled by your tongue, and the company said they were designing it specifically for people with disabilities. Here’s the link to it.
I know that SMA can affect our tongues, but for those who still have full mouth and tongue mobility, this could be a game-changer. Through Bluetooth, it allows you to connect to your smartphone, tablet, and desktop.
What do you think of this gadget? Is this something that you could benefit from?
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