New ‘smart glove’ translates sign language into words and sound

  • 4 October 2015
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A really clever project by a London student has resulted in a ‘smart glove’ that can read your sign language, translating it into text and audio.
Hadeel Ayoub, from Goldsmiths, University of London, created the glove as part of her MA in computational arts, with the student’s prototype now in its third generation.
The basics behind the device are sensors along the fingers, and an accelerometer to detect the orientation of the hand.

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