Handtalk

deaf_glove Inventors from Carnegie Mellon have come up wit this glove namede Handtalk, that is intended to convert hand movements into text.
The glove senses the movements through the flexor pads which detect dhe different patterns of motion and the way the finger curls.
Currently the device can convert 32 words.

via: techshout.com

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http://www.design-research-lab.org/team/tom-bieling/
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