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RNID is the largest charity working to change the world for the UK's 9 million deaf and hard of hearing people. We do this with the help of our members by campaigning and lobbying, raising awareness of deafness and hearing loss, providing services and thr ... more
DELTA - Staff
ITTATC - January 1, 2003
Though the project is not intended to produce a product ready for commercial release, the commercial partners are hoping to market the technology at some stage.Gladstone said the RNIB would aim to ensure any commercial outcome also caters for the needs of visually impaired people.11. BERLITZ TALKS ON MOBILE PHONES
E-Access Bulletin- Issue 36, December 2002.
Though the project is not intended to produce a product ready for commercial release, the commercial partners are hoping to market the technology at some stage.Gladstone said the RNIB would aim to ensure any commercial outcome also caters for the needs of visually impaired people.
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The RNIB's research team used a pair of thimbles and a motorised arm to duplicate the sensation of touching an object.Among other problems Dr Gladstone encountered was the difficulty of getting motors to work fast enough to give users the feeling of a solid object and difficulties
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