Among all the amazing gadgets at Japan's Ceatec electronics show, a small device by Fujitsu is probably one of the lowest tech gadgets in the room, PC World's Martyn Williams reports.
But, he writes, it could be one of the most important.
"The Ontenna is a small gadget intended to be worn in the hair that translates sound into vibrations. The technology is similar to the kinds of things children make with electronics kits: a microphone connected to an amplifier connected to a motor."
Shinji Kanda, who works with Fujitsu's Robotics Advancement Office, started the project as a college freshman after meeting someone who was deaf. Fujitsu has given him the resources to develop the concept.
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