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The 'TAP' Watch Unit is Designed to Create Vibrations for the Deaf

 - Dec 9, 2016
References: yankodesign
Those who are deaf or hard-of-hearing would benefit from the 'TAP' watch unit by being able to interpret sounds through vibrations in a bid to help transfer the experience to a different sense. Designed by Atin Bose, the 'TAP' watch works by enabling wearers of the device to create vibration-based music directly from the screen. When the musical arrangement has been completed, the 'TAP' watch enables users to send them to those with compatible devices.

The 'TAP' watch unit takes a direct approach to helping offer those who are differently abled a piece of technology that allows them to experience life as well as possible. Being that music can be one of greatest pleasures in life, the 'TAP' watch enables wearers to experience it as best they can to enjoy it like everyone else.