Komodo OpenLab, a company based in Canada, has introduced a new device. According to a press release from the company, the device helps individuals with limited upper body mobility (from spinal cord injuries, ALS, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, brain injuries and stroke) operate iOS and Android tablets and smartphones, as well as other devices. The device uses standard accessibility tools such as sip and puff controllers, and switches.
“Tecla has always been evolving and improving, and it is critical for us that we get input from our customers,” said Mauricio Meza, CEO and co-founder of Komodo OpenLab. “As mobile technology advances, we need to do so as well, and with this new version, I believe we are enabling our users to seamlessly keep up with their changing devices.”
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