As you watch the video above, be amazed at the ingenuity of the human mind, as well as ask yourself just whether you have the brains and passion to contribute positively to this particular project. The Epson Moverio BT-100, which is actually Epson’s see-through wearable display, was seen to be able to facilitate a conversation between two men which would not have been made possible but for the clever implementation of a bunch of components as well as slight modifications made to the Epson Moverio BT-100.
Epson is right now on the lookout for feedback from the masses as to how this particular application can be refined and enhanced. It does seem that this has the potential of being an incredible communication tool for the hearing impaired, and Epson has also hosted a developer program so that hackers, modders, programmers, and fellow geeks who want to contribute can share their app ideas as well as modding suggestions.
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