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Vibering / Sensor

Vibering
Vibering

iF concept design award

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Vibering is created to enable deaf people to sense noises that are emitted in the rear. It is almost impossible for the hearing-impaired to detect noises behind themselves and beyond their sight. For example, they fail to take notice of a vehicle's horn somewhere at the back or a friend's alarming cry; this often results in an exposure of unforeseen emergencies. Vibering consists of two rings and a wristwatch. The ring enables the bearer to feel its vibration when there are any specific noises at the rear. The noise-detective signal of the ring is set to identify precise information from the wristwatch window at the same time.

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Konkuk University

Konkuk University
Seoul, South Korea

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University

Sungshin Womens University, Seoul

Sungshin Womens University
Seoul, South Korea

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Design

Sungshin Womens University, Seoul

Sungshin Womens University
Seoul, South Korea

Kim Min-hee

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Design

Konkuk University

Kwang-seok Jeong
Seoul, South Korea

Hyun-joong Kim

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