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This is Ontenna!

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It's a simple, little device that could have big implications.

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That slot you see is a microphone.

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And built inside is a simple vibrating motor.

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And that clip on the back means you can wear it in your hair.

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The result? A vibrating hair clip that helps the deaf feel the beat.

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The intensity of the sound impacts the intensity of the vibration, meaning you could hear music, ringtones and so on.

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A basic concept, but a great idea.

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It's just a concept, but Fujitsu wants to put it into production.

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Possibly as soon as this year.

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The cost? Hopefully less than US$60.

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