These Gloves Can Translate Sign Language Into English

These Gloves Can Translate Sign Language Into English
Technology

Students are working to revolutionize way American Sign Language speakers communicate

Weronika Jurkiewicz
  • 17 may 2016

A pair of 19-year-old college sophomores at the University of Washington are changing the way death people could communicate with the world rarely adapted to their needs. SignAloud gloves instantly translate American Sign Language (ASL) to audio, allowing for seamless conversation.

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