For less than $100, the wearable immediately turns hand signals into digital text
The scents are a humorous take on contemporary auto industry trends
Special stickers are able to replicate a human fingertip so that users can make any glove compatible with their devices
New Zealand design student creates TacitLanguage, a communication aid for low-light environments.
Researchers at the Fraunhofer Research Institution in Germany have developed clothing that can recognize substances in the surrounding air.
Computer scientists have developed an "airwriting" system that uses sensors to record hand movements.
Now you can reach into your iPad and interact with items in a virtual environment.
The visual and hearing impaired will soon be able to engage in efficient communication via smartphones or computers.