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A wearable that allows a deaf person to feel music

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The Sound Shirt jacket allows a deaf person to feel vocals or instrumentals on their skin. Live music is translated into data in real-time and then communicated to the wearer via sensors embedded in the fabric of the garment. https://www.sbs.com.au/news/deaf-twins-feel-music-thanks-to-haptic-jackets
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By lynnwood

14 October 2019

 
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