Tatsuya Honda

User-Interface Designer & Project Leader, Fujitsu Limited, Japan

Tatsuya Honda is a user-interface designer and project leader at Japanese computer and IT giant Fujitsu Limited. He began working with deaf people in college as a sign language interpreter and volunteer. Looking to help the deaf, he started work in college on what would become a product called Ontenna (a play on the Japanese words for sound and antenna), a device that translates sound, like music, into vibrations and light. The device won a Good Design Special Award, which is sponsored by the industry ministry, in 2016.


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