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Friday, March 8th
504 W. Main
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Any questions, please contact the DNO committee:
Christine Zenorini – 302-345-1200
Brian Connor – 302-985-7058
Tickets: $20 on sale now for food and prizes
Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia
Sunday, February 3, 2019
217 Anglers Road
Lewes, DE 19958
2 chances this win a TV + other prizes and giveaways
Prizes every quarter
Must to call Irish Eyes Restaurant at 302-645-6888 for tickets with credit card from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
(Please say “I am with Deaf group” – a staff person need to know which deaf group or hearing group)
For questions, contact
David Bendekovits – email@example.com
Hyundai has unveiled two driver-assist systems aimed specifically at those who are hard of hearing. The two systems, called Audio-Visual Conversion and Audio-Tactile Conversion, work in conjunction to make sure hearing-impaired drivers are able to know what’s around them so they can react appropriately.
Both systems use artificial intelligence to determine specific sounds, like emergency vehicle sirens, and convert them for hearing-impaired drivers. Audio-Visual Conversion changes sounds into visual warnings that appear in a head-up display, whereas Audio-Tactile Conversion (as you might guess) changes sound into vibrations felt through the steering wheel.
Read the rest of the article at https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/hyundai-tech-converts-sound-visuals-vibration.