A small sensor controlled by a cheek muscle
enables him to type and his words are converted into synthesised speech.
In one of her few lucid moments since undergoing the procedure, she managed to push her extra cheek muscle
to one side long enough to say it was probably a stupid thing for most people to consider, but a member of the intelligentsia, especially one who read a lot of poetry, would be the first to tell you that, when you get old and the specter of death hangs over everything you do, you realize the great wisdom of Beowulf [visit Audible.
The device emits an infrared beam which changes when the eye closes and the cheek muscle
Every year, his cheek muscle
twitched, but he kept a careful silence.
Fifty years later, he is still making astonishing contributions to science, giving occasional lectures and making guest appearances on programmes such as The Big Bang Theory, despite the fact that his control of his own body is reduced to little more than eye movements and the twitch of a cheek muscle
Prof Philip Low said he eventually hoped to allow the 70-year-old to "write" words with his brain as an alternative to his current speech system which interprets cheek muscle
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PROFESSOR Stephen Hawking may lose his computerised voice as the cheek muscle
he uses to control it is deteriorating.
Beneath the cheek muscle
lies a series of hollow spaces where waste, fat and fluid can collect.
Prof Hawking, who has motor neurone disease, uses his cheek muscle
to compose words via a computer
His only way of communicating is through one cheek muscle
but still he goes on, tirelessly trying to find answers.
That action then pushes the skin under the eye up and makes a pouch under the lower eyelid, which raises the cheek muscle