Visualfy: Tech for autonomy for the hearing-impaired, at home and in public

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Visualfy’s app-plus-hardware solution helps the deaf lead fully independent lives  

Deafness is often called the invisible disability because it is unlike physical conditions that are easily spotted and their predicaments easily imagined, says Visualfy CEO and co-founder Manel Alcaide Dias. “The deaf's lack of visibility has [also] meant that tech products have not been made with them in mind,” he added. Alcaide and Visualfy’s other co-founder, Angel Albiach Ruiz, should know. Both are fluent in Spanish sign language and have spent a combined 22 years working on improving communication and autonomy for the hearing impaired, although neither of them has hearing difficulti...
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