The visual sound mobile phone was designed for the hard-of-hearing and for individuals who are deaf. The phone works by converting a person’s voice into text and converts text input into voice. Suhyun Kim, a student at Pratt Institute, created the device.
The device looks like a modern and sophisticated scroll. It features two pillars on each side that reveal a roll out display screen. To communicate on the visual sound mobile phone, the person simply needs to feed their text on a touch screen display and the text is then converted to a voice simulation.
This concept would allow people to have a mobile phone that can cater to hearing-disabilities. It’s a stunning and smart concept.Filed Under: Concepts & Design, Design News