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UCLA bioengineers have designed a glove-like device that can translate American Sign Language into English speech in real time though a smartphone app. Their research is published in the journal Nature Electronics. The system includes a pair of gloves with thin, stretchable sensors that run the length of each of the five fingers. These sensors, made from electrically conducting yarns, pick up hand motions and finger placements that stand for individual letters, numbers, words and phrases.UCLA bioengineers have designed a glove-like device that can translate American Sign Language into English speech in real time though a smartphone app. Their research is published in the journal Nature Electronics. The system includes a pair of gloves with thin, stretchable sensors that run the length of each of the five fingers. These sensors, made from electrically conducting yarns, pick up hand motions and finger placements that stand for individual letters, numbers, words and phrases.

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The hi-tech glove sends electronic signals generated from different movements of the fingers to a circuit board, which are then transmitted wirelessly to a smartphone.The hi-tech glove sends electronic signals generated from different movements of the fingers to a circuit board, which are then transmitted wirelessly to a smartphone.

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A glove-like device that can convert sign language into spoken English promises to give deaf people a new way of tackling linguistic barriers.There is no universal sign language for the deaf. BritishA glove-like device that can convert sign language into spoken English promises to give deaf people a new way of tackling linguistic barriers.There is no universal sign language for the deaf. British