A computer put on a finger can read books out loud

Today there are quite a lot of different technologies that allow you to read blind and visually impaired people. However, their common drawback is low mobility and imperfection, which is why the recognition of texts occurs in several stages.

A computer put on a finger &#8212 will help to solve this problem; FingerReader. It was developed by Fluid Interface Group. This is a compact device for reading text, which are visually impaired or blind can constantly wear with them. It can also be used as a means for translation from one language to another.

The captor finger scans the text line, recognizes it and converts it into sound. It also fixes the end and beginning of the next line, and a special algorithm helps the user maintain the movement of the finger strictly along the text line.

Perhaps some users of the gadget will seem somewhat unusual and even sluggish. There is nothing surprising in this, since this is the voice of a robot, which is often used in audiovisual applications intended for people with vision problems.

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