Konstantin Datz's 'Wristband for Deaf People' Translates Sound into Images

By: Michael Hines - Published: Jul 2, 2010 • References: & walyou
Konstantin Datz's aptly-named 'Wristband for Deaf People' could help make the world a safer place for the hearing-impaired. This wristband, along with a belt-attached device, translates and puts a picture to sounds in the world.

Anything from danger to joy could be captured by Konstantin Datz's design. If there is trouble afoot, the wristband will even vibrate to alert the wearer. Designs like this will help make the world a better and safer place for those who are hearing impaired. Stats for Pictogram Bangles Trending: Older & Mild
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