Leblatphone

Portable talking machine

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About the project Edit

Leblatphone is a portable talking machine designed by Mr. Leblat. The idea to reconstruct the entire French dictionary, or approximately 110 000 words, with as few buttons as possible, came to him after a disability affected one of his daughters at birth. Sold for 4000 euros, leblaphone is easy to use and delivers exceptional sound quality. The machine is designed to help all those who have lost, temporarily or permanently, the ability to speak due to the removal of a vital speech organ, aphasia, etc..

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In what ways is this project unique and creative? Edit

The device is described as revolutionary because of how easy it is to use for speech therapists and patients. Computer specialists have designed software like this in the past, but they have always proven to be to complicated.

What is the social value of this project? Edit

Leblatphone is a tool for people who have disabilities in everyday life, but it also serves as an invaluable rehabilitation tool for speech therapists.

What is the potential of this project to expand and develop? Edit

For the time being, Leblatphone is only available in French, but it should be made available shortly in English and in other European languages.

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