VV-Talker Speech Assistive Device For Vulnerable Deaf Children

Oftentimes deaf children are not able to speak effectively due to their disability to listen normally. Although the education system for the deaf has improved considerably, still these children are finding it difficult to communicate fluently or learn things faster. In order to help such children overcome their problem of listening, a new device has been unveiled. VV-Talker is an electronic device designed specifically for those hearing impaired children. VV-Talker helps such children overcome their difficulty in speaking effectively. Children who find it daunting to learn faster can use this device, which makes the process of learning faster and accurate.

Designers : Cui Chen, Wang Qi, Shi Kaiyuan, Huang Jianbo, Geng Kun, Wang Zhi, Chen Zhen and Qiu Shuang

VV-Talker Speech Device for Vulnerable Deaf Children

VV-Talker Speech Device for Vulnerable Deaf Children


This device works wonders in combining kid’s language learning with their cognition towards objects, which in turn encourages deaf children to expand their knowledge and speak independently. This device works in such a manner that it impersonates the actions of the speech, allowing the deaf children to learn via the vibration of body parts while we are talking. Teachers and parents can now make best use of this device by downloading various learning diagrams and integrating the same into the device. With VV-Talker, they can teach the deaf children.

VV-Talker Speech Device for Vulnerable Deaf Children

VV-Talker Speech Device for Vulnerable Deaf Children

VV-Talker Speech Device for Vulnerable Deaf Children

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jason says: September 21, 2011

It looks cool, may I know how can I buy one?

Phillip says: January 30, 2013

This is a cool technology for deaf children, its lovely

omer says: August 3, 2015

How much the cost for this device is?







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