New York Teen Invents Real-Life Closed Captioning

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It’s one of those things you can’t believe Google Glass didn’t think of with its built in mic and camera, but when Manhattan’s Daniil Frants investigated he found that the wearable didn’t have the best setup for deaf people. So the 16-year-old took it upon himself to invent the Live-Time Closed Captioning System, a device that lets deaf people see conversations closed-captioned as they happen.

(Excerpt from Peter Rugg’s article in Inverse- Read More)


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