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Operate a computer or wheelchair with a pierced tongue and a fancy retainer

February 24, 2012 | By Abraham | 1 comment

From CNET…

Featuring a small retainer that fits along the roof of the mouth, the Tongue Drive System uses sensors to track the movement of a tiny magnet on the user’s tongue, thereby allowing the user to issue commands by pointing his or her tongue in different directions. …Read more.

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