It is partially paralyzed from the shoulders down. With technlogie Swype and a special scanner, but it proved impossible.
While Hank Torres is partially paralyzed from the shoulders down, but using Swype technology that significantly accelerates text input and capture device TrackerPro, he managed to enter the Guinness Book of Records.
Classically is typing using Swype dragging your finger across the keyboard. If you draw your finger on the keyboard line and when you reach the desired letters, create a quarry and continue to the next character. The quarry is just an indicator that makes Swype know what letter you had in mind. Not for nothing are talking about the technology revolution as the writing on mobile.
Hank has a damaged spinal cord between the 4th and 5 cervical vertebra, which is partially paralyzed from the shoulders down, ie. he could not feed himself, dress, bathe, or write text messages. While some may move their hands, but due to the lack of feeling and coordination, it is not enough to be able to control your device, or write to him.
At the conference, Assistive Technology Industry Association Conference, which took place last week in Orlando, he managed to write in 83.09 seconds sentence: "The razor-toothed piranhas of the genera Serrasalmus and Pygocentrus are The Most Ferocious Freshwater Fish in the world. In reality They Seldom attack and Human. "
In translation: "Piran genus Serrasalmus and Pygocentrus are due to its sharp teeth, the most feared freshwater fish in the world. A man attack but in fact only rarely, "and enroll in the annals of the Guinness Book of Records