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Published on Nov 15, 2016
Having hearing-impaired father and grandmother, Shinichiro Nakaishi has been devoting his life to producing a truly good system for hearing-impaired people. In 2002, he started to run universal sound design Inc. and produced a novel speaker system which supports hearing-impaired people, COMUOON. Let's listen to his idea of how non-handicapped people and hearing-impaired people can understand each other.
After graduating from Department of Architecture at Kumamoto YMCA college, he worked on technical business and construction management. And then he entranced Digital Hollywood School. As a project manager and web director he worked on pay site, service development, marketing research for a major company’s website. At the end of 3 years’ studying for EMI Music Japan Inc, japan universal sound design association and Sound design association, he established a new department of hearing-impaired persons’ information center according to the speaker system. In Apr. 2012，he started to run the “universal sound designer” company with his father, and produced the COMUOON. Under the “manufacturing mustn’t be a kind of trickery” ‘s spirits, they really produced a good system for a lot of hearing-impaired person.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx