It’s been 12 years since Chad Ruble’s mother suffered a stroke that led to aphasia, a disorder that affects language processing but not intelligence. Most of the one million Americans who have the disorder experience difficulty both reading and writing, according to the National Aphasia Association, and Chad’s mother Lindy was unable to recognize text and thus unable to use a keyboard.
So Chad did what any computer-savvy son should: he hacked a Kinect to help her.
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- Resolved: Resolved: Resolved: Resolved: Errors in sendmail e-mail and also in recieving e-mail