Bioengineering the Senses: A closer look at tech on the frontiers of medical science. Today we look at the machine behind physicist Stephen Hawking -- and how smartphone technology is helping him communicate.
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You spent almost the entire video talking about fluff and less than ten seconds on explaining how the device actually works. It's almost as if you assume people are too stupid to understand how it works so you spend half of the video not really saying much of anything. Complete waste of time.
So, he had to move his cheek once to say "yes" to the particular section of letters, and then move it again to say "yes" to the letter he wants as it passes through all the alphabet.. and he had to do this as many times as the letters of the sentence?? Right?
Rip Stephen hawking from January 8, 1942 - 14 March, 2018. You'll be missed and thank you for sharing your knowledge about the universe without you we will not be able to understand the universe this much.