Cheap sunglasses and low-tech components allow Tony Quan, who has ALS, to draw again using his eyes; plans and software are free online
posted on April 2, 2010 - 2:56pm
A Los Angeles graffiti artist with ALS was the inspiration behind a low-cost, eye-controlled drawing device called the Eyewriter. For about $50 in simple components, Tony Quan (aka “Tempt 1”) has been able to resume creating his artwork for the first time in more than six years.
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Quan learned he had ALS in 2003. A well-known graffiti-style artist and social...