Posted by: bluesyemre | December 3, 2013

Sign Language Ring translates gestures, voice to audio and text

  • There’s probably nothing more frustrating than the experience of trying to communicate with someone who doesn’t speak your language. For the hearing impaired, that’s undoubtedly something of a daily reality, since most people do not know sign language, making it tough to let others know what they need or what they’re trying to say. Those days of fruitless gesturing might just be over with the introduction of the Sign Language Ring, a wearable translating device that detects motion and gestures, and translates them into words, which are then emitted through voice by the bracelet. The bracelet can converselytranslate spoken words into its readable display panel for the wearer to read, making it easy to talk naturally in everyday social situations.

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