Thank You.
Hello, my 17 year old daughter Shelby uses eviacam and is hugely dependent on it for her college work.
This is because she has a neuro-muscular condition which means she has very little use of her arms and legs. She is also wheelchair dependent and uses an electric wheelchair to get around.
Shelby is able to use eviacam on her laptop to not only do all of her college work, but also to interact with all her friends on the many various social media sites. Shelby also has an interest in media and production of short films, which she came runner up to in an awards ceremony earlier this year. This was made possible thanks to the eviacam software. Shelby has close links to the neuro-muscular team in her home town of Leeds. Shelby has done two presentations of the eviacam software, presenting it alongside a member of the neuro-muscular team. These presentations have gone down well with the audience to the point where she is approached and asked how useful she has found this software.
I would just like to say thank you for making this available to the public for free, especially for those people with disabilities.
One thing we would like to know. Is there any way that the drag and drop functionality could be incorporated using eviacam?Rgds
Pros: Ease of use
It's free
Cons: Drag and drop