Friday, December 28, 2007

Sunset Park Company's software helps deaf people

While scouring the Internet I came across this piece in the Daily News about a software company that has developed patented software to help deaf people communicate by turning spoken english into text and sign language. People may not think it, but there is a lot going on on the other side of the Gowanus Expressway in those warehouses and of course in the old Army terminal. Who would have thought that Sunset Park is on the cutting edge of technology.

Steve Bruner shows off the iCommunicator; Daniel Feldman (below) displays footcare products made by a sister company.

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1 comment:

tushar said...

Hey thats a fantastic software u have innovated for deaf people very good keep up the good work.
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