Kenyan Engineer Creates Gloves That Translate Sign Language Into Speech

People of African descent continue to produce what seems like an infinite stream of technological inventions. Most recently 25 year-old Roy Allela, a tech geek from Kenya, was inspired by his deaf niece to create a glove that translates sign language into audio speech.
Equipped with special movement sensors, when the gloves are worn by signers and paired with an app that Allela also created, each letter is vocalized. This invention has already won an impressive array of awards and is poised to radically transform the lives of millions in the global deaf community. Click below to learn more about this amazing invention.


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