NAQI API can provide developers a nearly 100% reliable method to create “Thought-to-speech” interfaces for non-verbal people. Our technology can help deaf people communicate with the hearing without using sign language or written language. Or, maybe helping an ALS patient by communicating faster and using technology without touching it, talking to it or looking at it. For severely handicapped people, such as quadriplegics or paraplegics, our API can lead to an entirely new generation of applications and devices that can help them live a normal life within their home: Users could open/close doors, turn on appliances or even make phone calls on their own.
What if those that are severly handicapped and those that can’t hear or speak could have access to this technology? imagine the possibilities to improve their quality of life?
Our breakthrough API logic will serve as a powerful “second controller” for the gamer, with almost instant input. Switch to a specific gun without cycling through your options. Aim where you look. Execute complicated combinations without memorizing the sequence. Select football plays covertly while using the same television.
Our NAQI EARBUD technology will forever change the way we provide input while within AR and VR environments.
Special Ops soldiers can share complicated communications with each other during CQC scenarios where they wouldn’t have to speak, whisper, or stop to make basic hand-signals that likely don’t convey their entire thought or intention.
Communications would not have to be encrypted — even if it were intercepted, it would only be “nonsense” to the outside party. Spies can have conversations with each other while being face-to-face with an intelligence asset, without the intelligence asset knowing that the person they’re with is also talking to a third-party or even a fourth party, all concurrently and covertly.
What if this technology could bring more soldiers home safe from special operations?