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Tomb man

When we come to tecnology it is first hand with good things that keep popping up. Now stop wait what happens when a man severely blind deaf mute paralysed wheelchair very little use in one hand the other no use.
When it comes to issues like this technology is not available for a man who lost and become in tomb 8yrs ago after a very active life to become how he his. My question what equipment can he use to get back some independence back. From active to a man who ca not lay down else he will stop breathing. A man who was a charity worker he his awaiting for some answers.

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This is a team effort.

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I have yet to find a single person to solve this one. The support team has to get together to access what can be done. Again, I've yet to get good answers on the web about this.

Note: Edited from simple to single. Wrong word there.

Post was last edited on May 22, 2018 11:38 AM PDT

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Attention for R Proffitt

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Late Steven Hawkins Geoff met two years ago the equipment and to get around the screen was by his eye movement to move around the screen and type. Geoff can not see nothing in darkness. Thankyou also to R PROFFITT if we can sent satellites millions a miles in orbit and bring questions back with great detail. This is where tecnology as that lead over man in communication ?

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All this tech

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Is not implemented by one person There would be a leader (you!) and then collect staff to tackle and find solutions. Build your team is my answer.

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technician failiong trials.

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Atention for R. ProffittIt las tmonth was the notifacation to say the team that was set up from a well known technology team was unsuccessful. This was the secound technology team geoff had and unsucessful. The situation is so complex that the technology at this stage is no answer of yet.? Where Geoff goes from here is unknown with knowing he his eager to get back to help others no matter what the disability geoff has. His aim to finish off his education, at present the technology is to be uncoded to get an answer.

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While that is true.

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What also is true is these problems are often solved or worked around by a team. They meet and discuss the problems and whether it's technological or not isn't the goal. Some folk want to apply computers and robots to every problem but there are times when a simple thing can really help.

Here my suggestion is there be a team to address the issues and collect ideas.

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Updated new company reject hejlp

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R Proffitt what you say is some bearing of the answer it is the fact when big org teams are approached it becomes virtually back on our selves. When complex issues arises and a human can not see speak , paralysed the issue from the human has no option but rely on technology to address his situation. what simple thing can talk for a mute man in what he wants to say? This question effects a wide range in the millions possibly ? Then it goes on to vision with the same situation who can alert his vision connected to the voice? Then who can hear and recognise voices for human connected to the further two. I have now gone to the well established names and in so many words stopped. CNET if this can be cracked a big open market could unfold with a successful independence to do things for them selves. A team is the most recent to find answers is CNET that this could be a massive achievement.

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And just like a team

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You would never limit your research to just CNET. You would be on Reddit and such as well.

If you can make a team here on CNET, that's great. Hope folk sign up. My take on this is that it isn't being done like that today. The team is back where the need is. Let's hope you are not going alone on this work.

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see if you can find out

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what the physicist Stephen Hawkins used.

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And an example where

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It takes a team to make such solutions.

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Attention of James Denison

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Late Steven Hawkins Geoff met two years ago the equipment and to get around the screen was by his eye movement to move around the screen and type. Geoff can not see nothing in darkness.

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some hand movement?

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Update with hands

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Attention for James the only area on one palm as slight feelings the tips are numb nerve damage in feet as well. I write on palm letters Geoff communicates back mute talk lipreading Geoff on what he says. That is why he has trouble using key pad keys, this would not have been a problem with knowing all key positions. Thank you James from Geoff on taking an interest with this quest.

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last hope? Eye movement

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Google pages.

I thought of this due to my mother being unable to move anything after her last stroke, all communication was done with Yes/No eye blinks. She died 6 days later, but at least she could communicate with me in that manner. There are some eye movement methods of communicating with computers, but I'm not familiar with the items, so you'd have to search the google links.

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