October 8th, 2014
For those of us who think Indians can only achieve anything worthwhile outside India, there is news – not anymore.
India’s Arsh Shah Dilbagi, hailing from Panipat , Haryana , is among the top 15 finalists at the Google Science Fair 2014.
He has also been nominated for Scientific American Science in Action Award as well as Goggle Computer Science Award
The 16 year old inventor has qualified through his latest invention TALK, which is, as he describes it “an innovative AAC device for people with developmental disabilities.It helps speech-impaired people to communicate using their breath, which they otherwise cannot.”
TALK is the world’s simplest and most advanced and affordable AAC device.
Arsh wants his invention to go beyond just being a Science Fair Project and benefit humanity.
“Let’s all help him on his journey, starting with voting for him at this year’s Google Science Fair Project. Below is the link to vote.
AAC – Augmentative and Alternative Communication – ” Any technology that assists human beings to rectify one of its disorders is an AAC device ” Arsh Shah.
YouTube Link : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwJ3uTXDpnU