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And the research behind it could change how we all interact with computers, technology, and with each other.
This is phenomenal technology with SO much potential for individuals who are deaf-blind and other uses and users, including those who need AAC. Currently deaf-blind users can also communicate with anyone, anytime using certain refreshable braille displays, if they know braille, and the person communicating with them does not need to know braille, and they work with laptops, iPads, iphones, etc, such as this one:
Tom Beiling is a genius and his article can be clicked on above or seen here:http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2013/06/this-glove-could-help-deaf-blind-people-communicate-with-anyone-anywhere/277240/
One can only dream!