The 'Emmerse' Concept is Designed for the Hearing Impaired

By: Rose Nazarali - Published: Jan 13, 2010 • References: yankodesign & ubergizmo
Emmerse is an ingenious concept by Dan Carrillo that would simplify communication for the deaf and mute. The concept comes in three parts: glasses, a wristband and a small portable keyboard.

The Emmerse glasses display the text from the conversation and also read the tone of the other person. The keyboard comes in the form of a bracelet that allows the user to type in their reply and it will be spoken through the wristband. Stats for Communication Cyborgs Trending: Older & Chilly
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