People who are completely or partially deaf will certainly appreciate the idea of a cell phone that is able to print out voice messages and make your typed-in text sound at the other end. The considerate concept belongs to Suhyun Kim, a student at Pratt Institute. Not only will those whose hearing is impaired recognize its worth. If you attempted to converse at a noisy place asking your friend again and again to repeat what they were saying, you will also join your laudatory voice in the chorus.
The clever gadget is built along the lines of ancient scrolls moving along on two pillars, only this one doesn’t move. You just roll out a screen with a touch keyboard and punch in your message that is converted into speech by a voice simulator. A simple, useful device and a very stylish one at that!
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