Tecla: Hands-Free Access to Smartphones and Tablets

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In this video, meet Tecla.

Tecla connects to industry-standard switches or the driving controls of a wheelchair and enables its users to easily access their touchscreen smartphones to call or receive calls, text messaging, read ebooks, surf the web, and much more. All hands-free.

This is perfect for people who find it difficult to use a touchscreen device because of a limited upper-body mobility resulting from spinal cord injuries (patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), ALS, muscular dystrophy…).

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