Two Students Invented Gloves that Convert Sign Language into Speech

Our mobile devices are often capable of performing speech-to-text. But what about sign-to-text?

Thomas Pryor and Navid Azodi are the Undergraduate Winners of the Lemelson-MIT competition for their entry of the SignAloud. The SignAloud is a pair of gloves that transliterates sign language into text and speech.

See how the SignAloud works in this video.

Via Lemelson MIT

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