Videophone

Firmware development

Videophone, built specifically for Deaf communication. Superior video quality and image stability.

FEATURES:
Dual microphone system
Conexant microcontroller for Noise Reduction (NR) and Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR)
New NVIDIA Tegra 3.

For more information about the product:
http://www.sorensonvrs.com/assets/pdf/ntouch_VP2_Info_Sheet_2016.pdf

In 1840, American Charles Grafton Page passed an electric current through a coil of wire placed between the poles of a horseshoe magnet. Connecting and disconnecting the current caused a ringing sound in the magnet. He called this effect ‘galvanic music’. Charles Bourseul, a French telegraph engineer in 1854 wrote ‘Suppose that a man speaks near a movable disc sufficiently flexible to lose none of the vibrations of the voice; that this disc alternately makes and breaks the currents from a battery: you may have at a distance another disc which will simultaneously execute the same vibrations…. It is certain that, in a distant future, speech will be transmitted by electricity.’