Two students from the University of Washington and is expected to give solutions to the problems of the deaf worldwide.
One of the most difficult problems of those who speak sign is that they cannot use this language to communicate with other people except those who know how to use sign language.
Wanting to break this cycle of isolation, two students from the University of Washington created a pair of gloves that thanks to special mechanisms and sophisticated software, convert sign into speech which you can hear through a computer.
Nabint Azonti and Thomas Pryor participated in a contest of their University where they won the first prize, with a prize of $ 10,000. The mechanism underlying the function of gloves are relatively simple, while the signals are transferred via Bluetooth to a computer through sophisticated operating program converts electrical signals into sounds.
The two students argue that the gloves is very easy to go into production, as the technology is not particularly complex and will make many deaf people communicate very easily with everyone, especially those who do not know sign language.