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Meet Yayagram, the Device Created to Communicate Explicitly

A young man created a Communicate device titled Yayagram to help his grandmother Communicate with the family. One of the sectors most affected by social isolation during the coronavirus pandemic began is the elderly. While young people can overcome loneliness thanks to social networks and video calls, it is more complicated in the case of our grandparents.

The engineer then explained that Yayagram is a device capable of sending voice messages via Telegram just by pressing a button. You can receive messages from the same social network and then print them on thermal paper so that you can touch and read them. “To send voice messages, the first thing is to choose the grandson or granddaughter to whom to send the message, or all at the same time. The selection is made with a ‘Las Chicas Del Cable jack,” explained Manuel, referring to the plugs that were connected to link calls in telephone exchanges several decades ago.

The Yayagram is basically an analog, that means it requires holding down the button while saying or reading out the vox message into a microphone. Manuel Lucio, the creative mind behind the device said that although his grandmother could telephone her relatives, she does not handle herself very well and does not hear very well. The Spanish engineer also revealed the technical details about the installation of the device, so it is unknown and uncertain if he intends to commercialize in the future or if he only shares it for altruistic purposes.

Yayagram if commercialized and it is open for all would be an essential device that the others can replicate in their homes and facilitate Communicate with their adults. It is such an intriguing developed device by the Spanish engineer, he needs to make it public sooner rather than later.

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