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Tobii Dynavox
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Augmentative and Alternative Communication, special education, computer access,
Augmentative and Alternative Communication, special education, computer access,

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We are exhibiting at ASLTIP. We'd love to see you and talk about speech and language therapy. #SLP #slpeeps http://ow.ly/YkNei
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We are exhibiting at ASLTIP March 12th. We'd love to see you come by our booth and talk about speech and language therapy. #SLP #slpeeps
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Please help spread the word, and maybe we can make Nathan's wish, to see the new Star Wars movie, come true, http://ow.ly/VpZcB #tobiionekenobi #starwars
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Tobii founders win Polhem Prize 2015! Thanks to their eye-catcher, thousands of people with disabilities use computers as freely as others, by controlling it with their eyes. Now John Elvesjö and MÄrten Skogö are awarded the prestigious Polhem Prize for their ingenious innovation Tobii eye tracker, which opens new possibilities for the future.

The Polhem Prize is Sweden's oldest technical award and managed by the Association of Graduate Engineers. It is awarded for technological innovation of high level for the ingenious solution of a technical problem. The innovation should be available on the open market and be competitive. It should also be sustainable environmentally friendly.

Christopher Polhem, named “the father of Swedish mechanics” was born 1661 and made more than 100 innovations. Very ingenious guy!

MÄrten and John are in good company because some of the previous winners include: Baltzar von Platen and Carl Munters for the fridge (1925), Ove Fernö smoking cessation product Nicorette (1987), HÄkan Lans for the GPS (1995), Laila Ohlgren for the "green button" on mobile phones (2009) and Petra Wadström for water purifier Solvatten (2013) http://ow.ly/i/enEJz http://ow.ly/i/enEJK
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Today we had a visit from Sebastian, one of our PCEye Go users. He is studying game design in high school, here in Sweden. Sebastian got to spend time with product management and R&D, where he shared some of his thoughts on how to make our solutions better. The input was very much appreciated and it gave some ideas for quick improvements and features that might be implemented on a longer term.

If you too have suggestions, comments, ideas on how to make our products work better for what you are doing, please feel free to contact us. We'd love to hear from you!
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How do you talk to someone with cerebral palsy? Becky Tyler gives you very simple advice... #justsayhi http://ow.ly/TKwFF
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Bradley Warwick, 21, from Bristol, who has cerebral palsy, was spotted at auditions earlier this year when he played ground bass using his EyeGaze communication aid device. "Music makes me relax and feel happy inside. The words of songs and the music remind me of those special people in my heart."

http://ow.ly/THOvW
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VÀlkommen pÄ inspirationsdag hos Tobii Dynavox. Lyssna pÄ intressanta talare och prova pÄ ögonstyrning. Mer info: http://ow.ly/TCgjd
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"Fight for communication, fight for health, fight to be listened to, fight for life."
http://ow.ly/TiO8h
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