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The story of teenager Becky, who doesn’t let quadriplegic cerebral palsy stop her enjoyment of videogames
Becky Tyler is 16 years old and has severe quadriplegic cerebral palsy; however, this doesn’t stop her living life to the full. Like most teenagers, she especially loves playing videogames.
In this talk, Becky will discuss how she plays Minecraft and other games with just her eyes. She will also show some of her amazing ‘eye gaze’ art and explain why maintaining the ability to do these things independently is important to her.
Stick around for our Technology Taster Day (from 12.00) to see Becky's demo of EyeMine in action!
(Image credit: SpecialEffect)
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