Shirt Helps Deaf People Enjoy Music Through Motion
The Junge Symphoniker Orchestra in Hamburg is using a special wearable that helps the hearing impaired experience the performance
Deaf people typically enjoy music by being able to feel the beat, a feat that is easy when the sound is turned up loud enough. However this solution doesn’t work for live orchestral performances. Hamburg’s Junge Symphoniker Orchestra has found a found a way to help deaf music fans enjoy their concerts: the Sound Shirt.
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