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PRONUNCIATION CORRECTION / Product design

PRONUNCIATION CORRECTION
PRONUNCIATION CORRECTION

The people who have neurological deafness generally couldn't pronounce a sound accurately because they couldn't either hear or not sensitive enough to high pitch sound, and thus cause an inaccurate pronunciation, which may result in a poor communication. I designed an intelligent ring and a device vocal recognition to help gather and analyze the errors of users' pronunciation and gave them a timely reminder. Their data of errors will be uploaded onto an online APP to help them for a more accurate sound recognition and improve their pronunciation.

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Royal College of Art

Royal College of Art
London, United Kingdom

Keren Zhang,
Royal College of Art