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EyeBot / Translation Necklace

EyeBot
EyeBot

Due to hearing impairment, deaf people often experience inconvenience and embarrassment in their daily lives. EyeBot is an intelligent translation necklace designed for the deaf. It allows deaf people to communicate with normal people by transmitting visualized information to deaf people through the screen.
When a deaf person uses sign language, the sign language movements are captured precisely through a camera and then transmitted to others through a speaker. When other people talks, voices are informationized by mic and then visualized as texts on the OLED screen.

University

Halo Design

Halo Design
Beijing, China

Zhang Xinyu,
Beijing University of Chemical Technology

Zhao Yufei ,
North China University of Technology

Lan Yanqing,
North China Electric Power University

Li Zhuoran,
Arizona State University