Smart Gloves That Can Translate Sign Language to Writing and Speech

“The Language of Glove” is a smart glove that wirelessly translates the American Sign Language (ASL) alphabet into text and controls a virtual hand to mimic ASL gestures. (📷: Timothy O’Connor/UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering)
Thomas Pryor and Navid Azodi of the University of Washington are the Lemelson-MIT undergraduate prize winners in 2016 for “SignAloud,” a glove that transliterate sign language into text and speech. (📹: Lemelson MIT)
The “SignAloud” gloves developed by University of Washington students to translate ASL into speech. (📷: University of Washington)

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