These Gloves Could Translate American Sign Language Into Live Speech And It’s Scientific As Hell
"Access to communication is a basic fundamental human right!"
Two University of Washington students, Thomas Pryor and Navid Azodi, invented these gloves which can translate American Sign Language into speech in real time.
When a person wears the gloves, sensors in the hand and wrist measure their movements and send them via Bluetooth to a computer program that Thomas wrote. The computer program then translates them into speech.
The script can then be played out loud on a laptop. Next level shit, yo!