Teen inventors create live closed-captioning glasses for people who are deaf

An article posted Dec. 16 by Smithsonian.com tracks the story of how a 17-year-old named Daniil Frants, and his team, was inspired to design closed-captioning glasses that instantly turn speech into scrolling text, aiding users who are deaf and hard of hearing in communicating with people who are hearing. The glasses are currently in the proof-of-concept phase.

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