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Design principles for accommodating hearing and speech-impaired people. 2014.02.05. Life Enhancing Technology Lab Seoul National University. Principle 1 ) Use vibration. Use vibration as an alarm Use vibration to feel the music.

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design principles for accommodating hearing and speech impaired people
Design principles for accommodating hearing and speech-impaired people

2014.02.05

Life Enhancing Technology Lab

Seoul National University

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Principle 1 ) Use vibration

  • Use vibration as an alarm
  • Use vibration to feel the music

The clock sends vibrations to the fingertip of the user to give an alarm

The clock vibrates under the pillow to give an alarm

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Principle 1 ) Use vibration

  • Use vibration as an alarm
  • Use vibration to feel the music

The vibrators are attached around the body of the user to warn when danger appears

Wristband type

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Principle 1 ) Use vibration

  • Use vibration as an alarm
  • Use vibration to feel the music

The vibrators are attached around the body of the user to warn him/her when danger appears

Wristband type

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Principle 1 ) Use vibration

  • Use vibration as an alarm
  • Use vibration to feel the music

The devices translate sound into a series of vibrations

Vibration chair

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Principle 1 ) Use vibration

  • Use vibration as an alarm
  • Use vibration to feel the music

Hugging the vibrating device enables the user to feel the music

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Principle 2 ) Use flashing light

  • Use flashing light as an alarm

Doorbell

Mail delivery

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Principle 3 ) Use icon

  • Use icon to visualize the auditory information

Informations are visualized with icons

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Principle 4 ) Use waveform

  • Use waveform to express the direction, loudness and wave pattern of sound.

Sound is presented through the waveform

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Principle 4 ) Use waveform

  • Use waveform to express the direction, loudness and wave pattern of sound.

Voice is converted into a waveform

By comparingthe waveforms, a child can practice correctly modulated pronunciations

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Principle 5 ) Use bone conduction

  • Use bone conduction to directly transmit the sound to the inner ear

Telephone type

Earphones type

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Principle 5 ) Use bone conduction

  • Use bone conduction to directly transmit the sound to the inner ear

Headphones type

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Principle 6 ) Use the tactile stimuli

  • Convert sound to tactile stimuli

The device enables the deaf to feel

the music throughtactile stimuli

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Principle 7 ) Use the sign language

  • Translate between speech and sign language

Sign language  Speech

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Principle 7 ) Use the sign language

  • Translate between speech and sign language

Sign language  Speech

Necklace type

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Principle 7 ) Use the sign language

  • Translate between speech and sign language

Necklace type

Stand type

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Principle 8 ) Provide caption

  • Provide caption at the bottom of the screen
  • Provide caption below the line of sight

Caption can be provided bythe microchip

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Principle 8 ) Provide caption

  • Provide caption at the bottom of the screen
  • Provide caption below the line of sight

Caption can be provided below the line of sight

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Principle 9) Convert text to speech

  • Read typed text materials with voice

Typed text  Voice

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Principle 10 ) Convert gesture to text

  • Convert gestures into texts through device

Gesture  Text

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Principle 11 ) Use video call

  • Use video call to communicate with sign languages

Video call services areprovided withATM for deaf

Most phones have video call functions

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