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In 1988, Rosemary Johnson was a violinist for the Welsh National Opera. Her future looked bright, until – a car accident changed everything. After waking up from a coma, doctors informed her that she would never be able to move again. And for the next thirty years, Rosemary’s violin remained silent. But now, almost thirty years later, thanks to some cutting-edge technology, Rosemary is beginning to make music again. Working with specially designed software, she can altar notes and musical phrases by simply focusing her eyes on different colored lights on a computer.