TAMPA (FOX 13) – The James A. Haley Veterans Hospital in Tampa is one of the premier treatment centers in the country for spinal cord injuries. Now a new piece of technology developed there is opening the world for paralyzed veterans.
Marine Corps veteran Greg Starman was left paralyzed by an accident. But with his mouth, he controls the “QuadJoy.” It’s a computer mouse he operates with puffs and sips. Starman can use any electronic device connected to it.