Texting Glove turns signs into words for the hearing impaired

An oft-stated reason some programmers give for plunging into the Android universe as opposed to Apple's IOS is the community. Now one group of coders has come up with something that proves the exactly how amazing Android can be in the right hands.

Recently unveiled at Google's Developers Day in Tel Aviv, the Texting Glove was created by Oleg Imanilov, Tomer Daniel and Zvika Markfeld. The glove literally turns sign language into text on your smart phone using a gyroscope, an ADK Board, Lilypad
Arduino, finger sensors, and an accelerometer. You can see the Texting Glove in action in the video below.

Via FashioningTech

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