Unitact, vibration based bracelet to assist people with poor hearing
Smart Bracelet for deaf!
Sign language is a mere style of communication for people with poor or no hearing. Challenges lie’s when they move out. It is hard to communicate with others who don’t understand sign language. An obligation to go with companion is always requisite. A small number of startups are working on unique devices, which can assist people with disabilities. For example Hoo.Box, a Brazilian Startup invented a wheelchair that works on face impression and movements. Another one, OrCam developed smart glasses with speaker that helps people with poor vision to identify people, and objects.
Walking on the same road to assist people with disability, a FrenchTech Startup, Novitact developed a wearable bracelet that assists deaf and people with poor hearing. It works by vibrating. Using their power of sense they can communicate, users can use customized vibration to send messages and alert others. The product is called as Unitact. It is showcased on KickStarter for funding.
Unitact is simple to use. It has a dedicated app that helps users to customize the vibrations, set alerts and share their programmed vibrations with others via community. They can set the rhythm and strength of vibration in the form of messages. With the help of Unitact, it is possible to contact more people at a single time. You can program day to day activities like alarms in it. The bracelet is helpful gadget, a unique link of communication among those who can’t hear.
- Unitact is smart wearable bracelets that can help deaf and people with poor hearing communicate.
- Its vibration comes with customized rhythm and strength customizable through Smartphone App.