Washington, Mar 5 (ANI): Karlsruhe Institute of Technology researchers have developed the phone of the future, a lip-reading cell that allows for soundless communication.
The software by German researchers enables people to move their mouths silently and to have the motion be picked up and translated into sound for people on the other end of the call, reports Fox News.
The process is based on the principle of electromyography - the acquisition and recording of electrical potentials generated by muscle activity.
The research will be presented at the Hanover CeBIT tradeshow. (ANI)