Glove Translates Sign Language Into Text [Headlines]
Nifty new gadget debuting at CES provides helpful technology to the hearing impaired.
We’re all eyes and ears about the new cool gadgets The Next Web team is checking out at CES, but this is one gadget that didn’t pop up in Las Vegas. Despite that fact, it still deserves some attention and recognition.
At a recent Google developers event in Tel Aviv, a proof of concept for a gadget that could change the way we communicate with the hearing impaired was demonstrated.
Three developers, Oleg Imanilov, Zvika Markfield, and Tomer Daniel, have come up with a glove that interprets sign language and turns it into text using a custom Android app. Gadgets.