Look to Speak: helping people communicate with their eyes Something new.And absolutely one of my favourite projects this year. Read the official Google blog post. Look to Speak is an Android app from “Experiments with Google” that enables people to use their eyes to select pre-written phrases and have them spoken aloud → https://t.co/jr2svDWjgc pic.twitter.com/iSpbevqVbM— Google (@Google) December 8, 2020 Using a simplified eye gaze interaction, look left or right to select phrases on screen. Each time you look, the phrases narrow down until you get to the one you want. Learn more at https://t.co/jr2svDWjgc. pic.twitter.com/RUJt8VnwjQ— Google (@Google) December 8, 2020 “Now conversations can happen where there would normally be silence.” – Richard Cave, Speech TherapistRead more about how we worked with the disability community to create Look to Speak. https://t.co/zqYGMxaU1h— Google (@Google) December 8, 2020 Use Google's 'Look to Speak' App to Talk With Your Eyes https://t.co/CfVR1k68mJ pic.twitter.com/JmeAbwPVC0— Lifehacker (@lifehacker) December 8, 2020 There is currently a big battle happening between Android and iOS on the accessibility front. They keep one-upping each other and doing it off OS update cycles in a bid to get ahead. I LOVE it. Good for the world:https://t.co/BubCybG9wg— Dieter Bohn (@backlon) December 8, 2020 Google Look to Speak lets you use your eyes to select and speak phrases https://t.co/kvEPkADmzh pic.twitter.com/vBjwihV3Oz— The Verge (@verge) December 9, 2020 I love this app https://t.co/i8OqBDpQNr— Abdi Omar (@AbdiEnterprises) December 9, 2020 Look to Speak is a free Android app from 'Experiments with Google'. People use their eyes to select pre-written phrases (they can customize) and have them spoken aloud. It works with voice banking. Huge thanks to @sarahezekiel and @AbdiOmartv! Please RT. https://t.co/1HIMA54JRE— Richard Cave (@speedoftrust27) December 8, 2020 ❤️❤️❤️ https://t.co/Dxw9xupw6I— KR Liu (@krliu_advocate) December 8, 2020 Can’t wait to see how this app helps people all over the world with speech and motor impairments. Great work from our @ExpWithGoogle team https://t.co/Cq1nwYW8aK— Lorraine Twohill (@LorraineTwohill) December 9, 2020 Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window) By andrew kinsella Strange Projects at Google View all of andrew kinsella's posts.