Morph as an AAC device?

I know that the Morph was originally developed to function in more artistic contexts, but I see potential for the Morph to make a greater impact in people’s lives. I just want to let the developers and community know that this thing has the potential to be an Augmented and Alternative Communication (AAC) device. Basically it’s a device that people can use to communicate on their behalf. I just was at a convention where a lot of these AAC devices used an ipad with software and a tactile overlay. I just think of using pressure to modulate intensity of a speech synthesizer or modulate pitch to alter suprasegmental parts of speech.

I think the Morph really does have a potential to function in this market. Here’s a link to more info about AAC devices: https://www.asha.org/public/speech/disorders/AAC/

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