Jeremy Rossiter was not able to speak when he first entered Lisa Zverloff’s class for the multiple-handicapped. The third-grader, who is autistic, communicated by hitting and biting.
But with the help of a wearable computer, Jeremy learned to mimic, then utter, words and small phrases.



His success story propelled Xybernaut, the manufacturer of the wearable computer, into a new market.



Xybernaut is more known for supplying computers to telecommunications companies and the military. The devices are used for maintenance purposes in locations where carrying a laptop is not possible, such as manholes and the tops of telephone poles. More here.