Rob using eye-gaze after his spinal injury





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Published on Aug 11, 2017

Rob had a high spinal injury in 2013. This short video shows how an eye-controlled computer, introduced and properly supported by SpecialEffect at a critical time after the accident, affected the life of both Rob and his family.

SpecialEffect are a UK-based charity that help people with disabilities to benefit from video games and leisure technology. Their work with Rob was part of their StarGaze project, which utilises eye-gaze technology to support people with an illness or injury that leaves them reliant on eye-movement to access areas of life including communication, games (& other leisure activities), education and work.

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