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Augmented Reality with Captions Will Help the Hearing Impaired

One of the most significant benefits of augmented reality will be it will help deaf people communicate. A lot of people are not able to hear, and this creates a communication issue.

This can be resolved through captions built into augmented reality devices. Captions will run when someone is talking, much like they do on YouTube or any other platform that has automatic captions.

This will help with communication for people who are not able to hear. Expect this to be a significant player in the future of augmented reality technology if this technology can then be put into sunglasses and things that are a little bit smaller than what we have today expected to take off.

There definitely will be a race of companies to get this technology into their devices or to create sunglasses that have augmented reality in them that can use auto caption.

It can be something simple that can change the world and make it a better place. There are tons of applications for captions being able to be and sunglasses, but the main thing here is deaf, and hard-of-hearing people will be able to communicate better, and this can even be with someone with a hearing aid. They will be able to hear better because they’ll see the captions versus not being able to see them. Being able to have it transcribed in real-time will be beneficial in accurately so these headsets are going to be able to take in those sounds and create a transcript for that person, which is turned into captions.

This will also save a lot of time with communication issues that can occur for people who have hearing problems; it’s one step closer to a better tomorrow when it comes to augmented reality and the benefits of using an augmented reality headset or what will be sunglasses in the future real-time captions are an intelligent thing that’s going to be a game changer.


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