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MotionSavvy’s first product, though still in prototype stage, could revolutionize the prospects of millions who are deaf or hard of hearing. Called Uni, the device clasps around a PC tablet and uses MotionSavvy software to act as an interpreter between a signer (who can’t speak) and speaker (who can’t understand sign language) in very-close-to-real-time.

This Technology Could Change the Way Deaf People Live

This new technology developed by a San Francisco startup will break communication barriers between the deaf and the hearing and help the deaf people to lead a normal and happy life.

This Glove Could Help Deaf-Blind People Communicate With Anyone, Anywhere [from The Atlantic — 28-06-13]

This Glove Could Help Deaf-Blind People Communicate With Anyone, Anywhere

This Glove Could Help Deaf-Blind People Communicate With Anyone, Anywhere And the research behind it could change how we all interact with computers and with each other.

solar powered iPad recharger

The Solar Charging iPad Case that can be a very helpful thing to the Mother nature! we can use this case to charge with the help of the sun instead of using electricity to charge our iPad. I love the concept and the design of the case.

Armband translates sign language into text: Sensors monitor muscle movements and sends the translation to a phone  | Daily Mail Online

Armband translates sign language into text

Starbucks barista takes a deaf customer's order using sign language

Starbucks barista takes a deaf customer's order using sign language

Starbucks employee Katie Wyable, from St. Augustine Florida, used Starbucks' newest technology to take Rebecca King's order using ASL sign language at the drive-through.

Sign-O:  American Sign Language Bingo Game (Designed to Support Students/Adults with Hearing Impairments)

Sign-O: American Sign Language Bingo Game (Designed to Support Students/Adults with Hearing Impairments)

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