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These Students Built A Glove That Translates Sign Language Into English

Two UW undergraduate students won $10,000 for building a gadget-loaded glove that translates sign language gestures into audio.

A pair of undergraduates at the University of Washington made a glove that translates gestures in American Sign Language (ASL) into English and speaks it via speakers. The SignAloud glove won them a $10,000 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize and international attention. Now they’re figuring out how to refine their gadget for social good…and make sure they pass their college exams.

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