This is a great idea for those who whos hand function and voice is affected. This guy on the front im is a guy called Shane who ive known for 4 years now and he cant speak, when we have talked on skype he use mouths the words so i figure he can use this especially if it can be used with 'gestures'.
Gesture recognition understands small head movements, eliminating the need for touch
Integrated Voice Control
Use your voice to turn on/off the phone or switch between applications
Touch-free interface extends to nearly any app from the Google Play store
Works Out of the Box
Works touch-free immediately, no additional set-up required
Lightweight Mobile Design
The Sesame smartphone uses Google Nexus 5 for the hardware
My Samsung Galaxy S4 has most of those features but this is really cool! Looks like a Nexus running a Google/Android OS but is designed 100% for people with disabilities and eliminates all needs for touch. I wouldn't really need this myself but I love it! This will make a huge difference for a lot of people.
That is awesome! My cousin's hand function is limited and he uses a stylus for touch screens. I am super jealous of his computer! He drops and breaks phones more often than I do. (My right hand is half numb thanks to damaged and pinched nerves.)
That phone is great for people who can't speak well or don't have good hand function. I have a LG G3 and I love it, but I do wish the voice commands were easier to turn on, and they don't understand me very well unless (for some odd reason that is mystery to me) I set the language on English-Britain instead of English-America. My accent and dialect have caused minor issues for me here in North Dakota. (My old coworkers told me I speak much too quickly, and my psychologist has a tough time making out what I say thanks to my "accent", which mashes words together. I'm from a reservation that has Canadian accents and dialects mashed in with the Native Americans' accents.)