Making music, finding a voice: New technology bridges the gap between art and music for those with epilepsy who struggle to express themselves verbally [Video]


Posted: October 29, 2020 | Word Count: 69

Inspired by a 15-year-old girl named Riley, who is living with LGS and TSC, unspoken symphony is a web-based, image-recognition technology created for those who struggle to express themselves verbally, providing a new way for the epilepsy community to communicate and connect. After uploading a piece of art to the site, the art is analyzed and, within seconds, translated into a unique melody. For more information, visit unspokensymphony.com.

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