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The Sony ‘Entertainment Access Glasses’ Accommodate

 - Jul 19, 2012
References: sony & designtaxi
The Sony ‘Entertainment Access Glasses’ bring forth revolutionary technology for the hearing impaired. The design displays motion picture subtitles alongside the front of the frames, meaning that deaf viewers will no longer need to look to the bottom of screens for script information.

These transparent goggles transfer film data on to the Entertain Access Glasses by way of a fine-tuned radio frequency system. The size, color and position of the captions may be manipulated by users, as can be the desired language with the help of an attached remote control. 

Sony’s preoccupation with its disabled consumer niche is admirable to say the least. The Entertainment Access Glasses will improve the cinematic experience for those who have trouble with sound, and will furthermore inspire the development of similar products on behalf of its competitors.