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MotionSavvy company launches Uni Tablet PC to help the deaf and sign language translation
The company launched MotionSavvy officially Hasabha tablet Uni, which is assisting the deaf through the conversion of the language understood by reference to the language.
And Uni tablet computer depends on the built-in cameras and some of the techniques that identify the signal used by the deaf community, to the then converts it to a text that everyone understands. But when anyone conversation deaf person, the computer converts the words into texts to be read by a deaf person and thus facilitate the process of communicating with each other.
There are in the world more than 70 million deaf person as announced World Federation of the Deaf. In this regard Alexandr Opalka, a company co-founder, said he and for many people, this is a device like a charm.
The computer can identify more than 2000 signal and convert it to text concept, with promises to provide support for more signals through the issuance of periodic updates of the system. The company also provided SignBuilder which allows the user to add specific references to the system at any time program.
Uni tablet computer and is available at a price of US $ 800, which also includes the operating system, can also be obtained on the operating system alone for $ 99 to use on the computer after arrived devices to detect movement.
It is noteworthy that the founders of the company MotionSavvy, which developed the emerging tablet computer, the blind sense of hearing. They believe that the computer can eliminate the problem of unemployment experienced by many of the deaf, where statistics indicate that only 60% of the blind sense of hearing is currently working in the United States of America.Viewing:-157
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