LDS Man Paralyzed from the Head Down Uses Eyes to Paint Incredible Art

by | Oct. 29, 2015

FunMormon Life

A Taylorsville man is proving anything is possible. Though he's paralyzed from the head down, he's painting incredible works of art. He uses his eye movements to paint.

Justin Miller's eyes are his paintbrush.

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Image from Deseret News.

Paralyzed from the head down, a special camera on his Dynovox computer takes pictures of his eye movements, tracks them, and allows him to paint.

"I created 'Tired Water' because it makes me feel tired or drowsy. It makes me imagine a busy day at work or school," said Miller, 20, of Taylorsville, with the help of a computer. He is on a ventilator and can't speak.

Lead image from Deseret News.
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