World’s first Touch-free Smartphone, designed for people with disabilities
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Smartphones bring the world to us. But for people with disabilities, current smartphone technology falls short.
Sesame is the first smartphone designed for people with limited or no use of their hands. Offering touch-free accessibility in a small, mobile, and elegant form factor.
DESIGNED BY PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES,
FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES.
Sesame-powered devices enable those with limited or no ability to use their hands to navigate their smartphone, by translating simple head movements into commands that the device will recognize.
A Sesame Phone can do all the things a regular smartphone can do, entirely hands-free, providing independence through limitless connectivity.
EQUALITY THROUGH TECHNOLOGY
WE’RE BASICALLY GEEKS THAT BELIEVE IN
MAKING THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE
Despite all the advancements in technology today, so few are designed to meet the needs of people with disabilities. That’s where Sesame comes in.
Building on our collective skills and experience, we believe we can make the smartphone equally accessible for people who cannot use their hands.
With several mobile games and applications under our belt, we decided to apply our skills to empowering people of all physical abilities to with greater independence, privacy, and connectivity.
Based on feedback from our beta-testers, it seems we are already on the path to, well, making the world a better place.
WHAT IS SESAME?
Sesame is the first completely touch-free smartphone technology that is controlled entirely through head movements and voice control, without any additional custom hardware requirements.
When you receive your Sesame-powered phone, you’ll receive a Google Nexus 5 phone preloaded with our software layer and able to work out-of-the-box, touch-free.
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