A company created a way for paralysed people to play baseball

Adaptoys can be controlled with head movements and voice commands, so they can be used by paralysed people. They have a pitching machine that works with voice commands, so that quadriplegics can play baseball with others.

Story by Jacob Shamsian and editing by Carl Mueller

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