"Here’s how the rings work, in a nutshell. There are three detatchable rings that are worn on the the thumb and first two fingers of each hand, as well as a bracelet. As the user signs out whatever they want to say, the translation is then spoken through a digitized voice that comes from the bracelet. I’m not sure if it works real time or not, but that’s still some pretty amazing stuff. And that’s not all…
"The gesture-to-speak aspect works fine when the hearing-impaired person wants to talk to someone else, but what about vice versa? The bracelet carries the double duty of turning sound into text that runs across an LED display. It seems like the only thing these guys have left to do is actually make people hear again…"
Why is she looking at his hands, though? If the translator changes the signs to sound, why isn’t she looking at his face? Like I mean she isn’t talking to the bracelet, she’s talking to him, the bracelet is just something that works as a go between… so why is she looking at it
Because as humans, we have a natural instinct to look at what is communicating with us, even if it is a translator, or a go-between.
i wish people had crushes on me
SHAKESPEARE WROTE THAT ALL THE WORLD’S A STAGE.
HIS THEATER WAS CALLED THE GLOBE.
NOT ONLY WAS THAT LINE PHILOSOPHICAL AND DEEP
BUT IT WAS ALSO A FUCKING PUN
That’s pretty much Shakespeare in a nutshell. Is a line philosophical? Satirical? A pun? A dirty joke? Chances are, it’s all of the above.
there are no chances
it is most definitely all of the above
A new reference was created for to help untangle the braiding process! http://cgcookie.com/concept/2014/02/10/exercise-braiding/
are you ever in the middle of saying something or showing someone something and you realize that literally no one cares
I’ve literally stopped talking mid-word in a story and no one has noticed.
still can’t get over how amazing cosplayers are
Somewhere in his castle, Pegasus is laughing his ass off right now.