Bone Headphones for Deaf People Emits Vibration Through Skull to Play Music

“Bone” is a low cost, discreet, headphone which emits vibrations through the skull (instead of the ears) to play music. This allows hearing-impaired individuals to enjoy listening to music. Over 466 million people in the world suffer from disabling hearing loss (with that number estimated to grow to 900 million by 2050). Furthermore, 60% of […]

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Alarm Glasses for Hearing Impaired People by Sangjin Joo

The main idea of this project is to alert deaf people to potential dangers around them. Alarm Glasses have been designed especially for hearing impaired people who have hard time walking down the road. Since they can’t hear what’s coming from the side or rear, it would be very dangerous for them to cross the […]

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Tap Strap 2 – Wearable Keyboard and Mouse with AirMouse Feature

Control your device with gestures, it is made possible by Tap Strap 2. This is actually the second generation of wearable keyboard and mouse, this time, it features AirMouse capability where you can control devices such as smart TVs or iPads with AirMouse functionality. Connected through Bluetooth, Tap Strap 2 allows user to use a simple wave of the hand to […]

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Awaring Concept Device for Hearing Impaired People

When having conversations with many participants, hearing impaired people might have trouble in following the topic and get left behind even though they can read lips. Awaring is a concept device for hearing impaired people, it indicates speaker’s direction and the volume of voice in real time through light. In this way, they can perceive […]

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