Technology has been solving problems since we started rolling wheels. Presently, facts are excelling fictions now. Supporting this fact, now, every human being, suffering from a partial or complete hearing hardness, can hold a smartphone and make a call.
With RogerVoice, the first ever complete application for this purpose, deaf people can make calls. This application has the caliber to transcript any voice call to subtitles with an almost zero delay time. It also supports any bluetooth enabled hearing aid. In both ways it’s a real friend to those who cannot hear properly.
Factually, RogerVoice is a VOIP platform with an integrated ASR (automatic speech recognition) system. It simply converts one’s responder’s voice into text transcriptions. So, how the whole story goes on? When any deaf people call anyone using this application, he receives instant live text transcriptions for his responder’s voice. He cannot hear it but he can read it and reply instantly. It’s just like reading a notification within a phone call. Simple and smart. Now, your grandparents can call you and make your day or vice versa. They can have your touch without hearing your voice from a distant place.
People who are suffering from partial hearing hardness or deafness can have the feeling that they have been left back by the society.
This application has got all the potential to destroy this gap for sure by building up the much needed confidence that from now on, they can live on their own. It’s less anything but a pure mental energy for those who might be thinking that this hearing disability has closed the door of the society for them.