Incredible sign language gloves

By Staff, October 6, 2017

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Two students from the University of Washington have invented gloves that can translate sign language into text or speech. Their invention has earned them a $10,000 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize.

Produced by Will Wei. Video courtesy of Lemelson-MIT Program. Photos courtesy of Conrado Tapado/Univ. of Washington, CoMotion.

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  1. Lee Wen Yeong says:

    I’m first SUCKA first to view first to comment

  2. Ice Bear says:

    Im only second 🙁

  3. Dou Ahou says:


  4. Keppler22b says:

    That’s amazing! I love how technology is getting better and better every day!

  5. ashley salisbury says:

    This is a good idea for mute/deaf people to communicate with others instead of having to write everything down.

  6. Juan Moreno says:

    Nice execution. Saw this idea on Amy the Gorilla movie way back in he 90’s. Glad you made it real keep it coming.

  7. Adam Evaristo says:

    This is brilliant!

  8. Prestige Network says:

    We would be delighted to trial this product as we work signers all the time.

  9. Rebecca Bitzer says:

    wow! that is amazing!