Gesture controlled smartphone for the disabled

Sesame is a touch-free smartphone that is controlled by very small head movements.  It is being crowdfunded on IndieGogo.

Head movements are tracked with a  front-facing camera, and combined with computer vision algorithms to create a cursor that appears on the phone’s screen.   The cursor is controlled by the position and movements of the head, enabling users to touch and swipe as if they were using a finger.  They can make calls, send texts, browse the internet, watch videos, use social media, and play games.  Integrated voice control allows the phone to be turned on when one says “Open Sesame.”