Uses of AR/wearable devices for Improve the quality of live and independence for people with impaired hearing
- Stare: Pending
- Premiu: $100
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The goal of this project is to address the issue of Social Distancing Challenges for People with impaired hearing begining to navigate a world reshaped by the pandemic, using an economical and easily reproducible setup as open source tools.
The project is inspired by the revolutionary aspects of Linux that are social, not technical. From the beginning, with the aim of being casually modified by volunteers coordinating only through the Internet. The quality maintained by the simple strategy of obtaining feedback and insights from users, creating a kind of gradual and participatory evolution. Freely redistributable, anyone can create a distribution. Empathy is the connecting factor between developers. The source code to be used, modified and distributed commercially or non-commercially by anyone under the terms of GNU General Public License.
Digital Innovation and Transformation During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The COVID-19 outbreak is a tragedy that will have long-lasting implications and complex problems.
Complex problems are difficult to define because different people will have differing opinions about the cause, nature and extent of the problem. It is often their social complexity, rather than their technical complexity that makes complex problems so hard to address.
Problems can be difficult to solve when we only know the issue and none of the steps to fix it.
Some problems, such as definition of the sound source localization problem, description of sound sources and nearby surroundings. Words describing the sound and able to discern the location of the source of a sound. Refers to a more general problem of the origin of sound in a context.
Nonetheless, you can find solutions to simple and difficult problems alike by approaching them a particular way.
A Couple of Practical AR use Examples:
An AR arrow icon could be added to indicate the origin of sounds pointing towards the sound source. Pointing in the appropriate origin of speech .
AR sound effect icons for improved communication.
Individual spechers can be identified by a diferent text font symbol
Emotional speech (like anger and happines) can be marked by a emoji tag
Icons size or colour can be used to indicates loudness
People with sensory disabilities are under significant threat from the COVID-19 outbreak but quickly innovation its operating models to mitigate the impact during the crisis.
The pandemic has showcased the value of digital operating models and is likely to force many companies to speed up their digital innovation and transformation.
What we’re seeing now is that the pandemic has accelerated the rate of change much faster than many had anticipated.
The forum highlights the fact that simple enhancements, through AR and computer interfaces could benefit those with disabilities, potentially transforming their worlds
Take part in the race to implemente benefits to put the person before the sensory disabilities limitations
Ready for Takeoff ?
Technology is changing the ways that disabled people interact with the world; perhaps more important, it’s also shifting how the world interacts with disabled people.
Newton's First Law of Motion:
An object at rest will remain at rest unless acted on by an unbalanced force.
Newton’s first law explains why it takes extra force to get moving
This same principle serves to explain the difficulty of starting a project
We are confident that you will be there to support us.
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