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Harada was recognized for his “‘Hands-Free Voice-Driven Drawing and Diagram Creation Method for People with Motor Impairments,’ a voice activated speech recognition technology that allows the user to create diagrams and drawings on the computer. This technology successfully bridges the gap that has existed between voice activated technology for dictation and hands free control of the computer. It also serves as a low cost method of drawing and designing via the computer. Harada was mentored by Dr. Jacob Wobbrock, a previous first place award winner in the National Scholar Award program.”