The Language of Glove: Smart Glove That Translates ASL

Meet the Language of Glove: a smart glove that wirelessly translates the American Sign Language alphabet. Developed by Engineers at the University of California San Diego, the device was made using stretchable and printable electronics.

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As the researchers explain:

The sensors are made of thin strips of a silicon-based polymer coated with a conductive carbon paint. The sensors are secured onto the glove with copper tape. Stainless steel thread connects each of the sensors to a low power, custom-made printed circuit board that’s attached to the back of the wrist.

This video shows the glove in action. More info is available here.

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