Glasses that let deaf people see sounds

Scientists have developed glasses that allow a deaf person to “see” when
a loud sound such as the honk of a car is made and give an indication
of where it came from. Researchers from the Korea Advanced Institute
of Science and Technology (KAIST) in Daejeon in South Korea made a pair
of glasses for deaf people who lack access to such potentially
life-saving cues. The KAIST team presented the work at the InterNoise conference in New York City. Read more about this by following this link.