Noah this is your day to shine. Let's show them you are a smart boy that is stuck in a body that won't allow you do anything. You can do this sweet boy, we love you.
I have fought for Noah for years to have a way to show the world that he has potential. He is more than a boy that just sits in a chair and has no way to communicate with his world.
Today we are happy to say Noah ROCKED it!!!
I had a rough time falling asleep last night. I couldn't shut my brain off. I so wanted this to be what would finally open up Noah's world. I also kept thinking that if this wasn't for Noah, because of Noah a lot of children could be helped by Eagle Eye.
All through the two days of meetings, I saw the school staff think of other students the Eagle Eye could help. They were excited by all of the possibilities Eagle Eye would give them to help a lot more kids than they originally thought. As we were wrapping up for the day it was decided to call this the Noah Project. I can't wait to see where all this goes just because a young man named Noah.
After our first day and half of the second day was spent learning about how the Eagle Eye worked and how all the software worked, after lunch we actually got to apply the electrodes to Noah so he could try it out.
The first program Noah tried was called Eagle Paint. It leaves a trail of color everywhere Noah was moving his eyes. It's a warm-up exercise to help acclimate a person to the Eagle Eye. Noah made some interesting designs. Below is a video of Noah trying out his first Eagle Eye program. He had to move the cursor with his eyes until it hit a target. When he hit the target, a video would play.
The trainer was impressed with how Noah did his first time hooked up to the Eagle Eye. I think everyone present was impressed. As Noah gets better and better operating the Eagle Eye, he will be able to communicate with us in ways we never dreamed of. This is definitely an exciting time for Noah and all of us.