Glove turns sign language into text for real-time translation
The hands say “interpreter” but not everyone understandsTimothy RevellBy Timothy RevellHandwriting will never be the same again. A new glove developed at the University of California, San Diego, can convert the 26 letters of American Sign Language (ASL) into text on a smartphone or computer screen. Because it’s cheaper and more portable than other...
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