Gloves capable of translating sign language developed by UCLA scientist

Gloves capable of translating sign language developed by UCLA scientist

An inexpensive, high-tech glove has been developed by researchers from UCLA which helps translate sign language with an accuracy of up to 99 percent. The gloves can translate the language into written as well as spoken words on a smartphone. Researchers hope the gloves could some day be used to teach more people sign language and help deaf people communicate with non-sign language users.

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I remember reading a Kenyan man who built the same last year https://www.wearable-technologies.com/2019/06/kenyan-invents-smart-gloves-that-turn-sign-language-gestures-into-audio-speech/ UCLA, a year too late?

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