Smart glove gives voice to sign language gestures

The latest EnableTalk glove prototypes.
(Credit: QuadSquad)
I have a very basic grasp of sign language, including the alphabet and few simple words like “thank you,” “snake,” and “chicken.”
The last time I spoke with someone who was speech impaired, we resorted to a scrap piece of cardboard and a pencil to get our messages across. A new invention may help break down those barriers.
The EnableTalk smart glove recognizes sign language gestures and sends them for text and voice translation to a smartphone or other device.
The glove looks a bit like a fancy dirt bike glove, but with some…

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