25 Year Old Man Invents Gloves That Turn Sign Language Into Speech
Richard Bradbury | Christine Wong | Arvindh Yuvaraj
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More than 30 million people around the globe have speech impairments and must rely on sign language, which poses a language barrier when seeking to communicate with non-sign language users. One man thought that he might be able to break that barrier through an invention.
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