Look to Speak
December 2020 | By Sarah Ezekiel & Google Creative Lab
An Android app which enables people to use their eyes to select pre-written phrases and have them spoken aloud.
Start with Sarah Ezekiel
Sarah Ezekiel is an artist, who was diagnosed with motor neurone disease in 2000. She is one of millions of people worldwide living with speech and motor impairments.
In 2020, together with her Speech and Language Therapist Richard Cave, she met with a small group from Google exploring how machine learning on smaller devices could make eye-gaze communication technology more accessible to more people.
The hope is that Look to Speak will be helpful to communities with varied types of temporary, permanent or situational disabilities.
Learn how to use Look to Speak
To help users get set up we’ve created some resources:
– Play the tutorial video here to learn how to use Look to Speak, or find it in the app.
– Additional tips can be found in this downloadable guide.