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Looking forward to hearing from Greg Maltz - http://www.linkedin.com/in/gregmaltz - in this space :)

Looking forward to hearing from Greg Maltz - http://www.linkedin.com/in/gregmaltz - in this space :)
http://www.linkedin.com/in/gregmaltz

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  1. Hello all, and thank you Alexander for the intro. I'm working on EyeSpeech, an interface/middleware to enable voice-free texting and other apps on eyewearables by mapping targets to a virtual flywheel. It's basically a way to minimize the number of visible targets (essential for smart glasses interface) while maximizing the number of targets that can be intuitively brought into view. This method will eventually dovetail with eye-gaze technology to enable all types of apps hands-free voice-free. Happy to share more and potentially work with people who have ideas for apps that can be implemented using EyeSpeech!

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  2. I should add that my company, TelepathEye, is not to be confused with Telepathy. I founded TelepathEye in Sunnyvale in 2010. Takahito Iguchi reheadquartered Telepathy in Sunnyvale in 2013. He is working on a hardware device, announced as Telepathy One, which is not currently my focus.

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  3. Great to have you on board Greg. Looking forward to what you are engaged in across this space!

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  4. Great to have you as part of this community, Greg Maltz. Looking forward to hearing more about your work and also interacting with you in this forum.

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  5. Thanks Andy. Kris, it's not like a dial phone but like an actual wheel lying flat with targets mapped to the tread. Only a few of the targets are visible but the user can spin the wheel in either direction and at different speeds to intuitively view other targets, and rapidly select the desired target.

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  6. Greg Maltz reminds me a bit conceptually of an onscreen keyboard called "dasher" that I've used with some ALS patients, except your model is circular, not linear.

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  7. Thanks, I'll check that out. The Minuum keyboard is also very good. However, EyeSpeech can be used to map targets other than alphanumeric characters, making it potentially useful for all kinds of apps.

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