Sign Language Translator is a Communication Device Concept for Vocally Challenged Persons


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Mac Funamizu brings us his usual communication device concepts, this time a Sign Language Translator, meant for vocally challenged persons. Gestures will be captured on a sensory camera incorporated in the device and they’ll be translated into voice, allowing its users to communicate easily.

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A wide selection of voices will be available on this communication device, so you’ll maybe hear your favorite singer/movie star “talking” to you.

Operating the Sign Language Translator is done through fairly basic actions: click the bottom part to reveal the speakers, open the speaker wider to increase the volume and click the bottom side back and shut it to turn the device off.

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