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TranscribeGlass is a budget-friendly, wearable gadget for people including the d/Deaf, Hard of Hearing (HoH), and elderly, who desire to check out captioned speech and discussions while viewing the speaker in order to enhance their comprehension of what is being stated. TranscribeGlass programs closed captions from a source on a comfy heads-up screen in the users field of vision in near-real-time, so that the user can check out the captions while looking at the speaker.
This visitor post was composed by Madhav Lavakare. Madhav is a young business owner from New Delhi, India. He has wanted tinkering, developing, and innovating from a very young age, and has a keen eye for fixing issues. With TranscribeGlass, he aims to solve the most significant problem hes dealt with yet: bridging the interaction gap in between the D/deaf and Hard of Hearing community and mainstream society.
Ive done validation/feedback screening with over 150 d/Deaf/HoH people in India, showed the gadget at the National Association of the Deaf in India and the US, Gallaudet University, MIT, several organizations for the DHH and d/Deaf in India, as well as conducted in-depth interviews with possible early consumers. Ive likewise got feedback from other stakeholders including caption service companies, caption streaming platforms, heads of accessibility at corporates, universities, entertainment locations like movie halls and theatres.
We are now preparing to launch an early variation of the item (TranscribeGlass Beta) in the fall of 2021. Were taking bookings from early users on our website (www.transcribeglass.com/reserve.html) and will be shipping gadgets to the first 100 people who sign up to purchase the Beta!.
TranscribeGlass can be retrofitted on a lot of spectacle frames, permitting users to utilize the gadget as a hardware add-on/accessory..
The user launches the TranscribeGlass mobile app and links to their preferred caption source (e.g. Googles speech-to-text API, or a website that is streaming real-time captions). The captions gotten from the source are shown on the mobile app and likewise transferred through Bluetooth to the TranscribeGlass heads-up display.
With TranscribeGlass, he aims to resolve the greatest issue hes dealt with yet: bridging the interaction gap in between the D/deaf and Hard of Hearing community and mainstream society.
TranscribeGlass is an economical, wearable device for individuals including the d/Deaf, Hard of Hearing (HoH), and senior, who wish to check out captioned speech and discussions while seeing the speaker in order to improve their comprehension of what is being said. TranscribeGlass programs closed captions from a source on a comfortable heads-up screen in the users visual field in near-real-time, so that the user can check out the captions while looking at the speaker. Caption sources include Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR), live human captioning (CART/stenography), and subtitle files..