This Mobile by Suhyun Kim Displays Messages on a Screen

By: Jessica Marcel - Published: Jan 25, 2010 • References: sparkawards & yankodesign
Technology for the handicapped is constantly improving. Design student Suhyun Kim created this concept of a visual mobile. With visual phones, individuals who are deaf or can’t speak can participate in conversations on the go.

Visual phones aren’t just a great idea for the deaf, they’re also the answer for college students who want more than texting to keep them from paying attention in class. Just imagine being able to have a conversation while pretending to listen to a lecture about chemistry. Visual phones are almost here. Stats for Visual Phones Trending: Older & Warm
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