Robert Chappell | Turning Personal Challenges into New Technology
Robert Chappell started his career in electrical engineering. working a lot on the computer. Over time, he developed a repetitive strain injury that did not go away with rest. Worried at the prospect of not being able to use a critical tool for his job, Robert had a flash of inspiration: he needed to develop eye-tracking technology, for himself as well as for others. So he did. Hear his story about how he developed EyeTech Digital Systems in this fantastic episode.
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