#33 Designing Sound Equality. Kristen Bell & Corinne Feight.

DYL X D&AD Impact series with Wood Pencil Winners – See Sound

 

‘We want to get you guys on the biggest global stage we want to get you out there with the likes of your competitors. No one knows who you are and thats a shame and I think thats what we did its been an incredible for us as a whole collective internally but also for Wavio to be finally able to get the recognition they deserve for the incredible work they are doing’

 

In the third episode of our exclusive series with D&AD, Vince chats with Kristen Bell & Corinne Feight. The pair work for world renowned healthcare advertising agency, Area 23. A business which aims to dismantle the barriers that stand in the way of true innovation.

 

Their project See Sound has the goal of providing sound equality for the 466 million people world-wide who are currently deaf or hard of hearing. Their smart home hearing system aims to provide users with much needed situational awareness in the home.

 

When a sound occurs, See Sound uses its database collated from YouTube clips to make a prediction which then alerts the user on their device with a vibration and a message.

 

Listen in as Kristen & Corinne explain the dramatic event that lead to the See Sound’s inception a long with an open minded business move which partnered them up with then competitor Wavio.

DYL X D&AD Impact series with Wood Pencil Winners – See Sound

 

‘We want to get you guys on the biggest global stage we want to get you out there with the likes of your competitors. No one knows who you are and thats a shame and I think thats what we did its been an incredible for us as a whole collective internally but also for Wavio to be finally able to get the recognition they deserve for the incredible work they are doing’

 

In the third episode of our exclusive series with D&AD, Vince chats with Kristen Bell & Corinne Feight. The pair work for world renowned healthcare advertising agency, Area 23. A business which aims to dismantle the barriers that stand in the way of true innovation.

 

Their project See Sound has the goal of providing sound equality for the 466 million people world-wide who are currently deaf or hard of hearing. Their smart home hearing system aims to provide users with much needed situational awareness in the home.

 

When a sound occurs, See Sound uses its database collated from YouTube clips to make a prediction which then alerts the user on their device with a vibration and a message.

 

Listen in as Kristen & Corinne explain the dramatic event that lead to the See Sound’s inception a long with an open minded business move which partnered them up with then competitor Wavio.

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