martes, 29 de diciembre de 2015

Un guante traduce la lengua de signos en habla

En el artículo This glove translates sign language into speech se explica que en la Universidad de Londres han desarrollado un guante que traduce en tiempo real la lengua de señas en habla:
The glove has five sensors, each placed on one finger, to track hand movements. The sensors detect the bends and curvatures made by the fingers and reports the values to a serial monitor. An accelerometer is also attached to the glove to detect the orientation of the hand.
All of the values collected are run through a program that determines which letters to display on an LED matrix display. Ayoub recently added a chip that can convert the hand gestures into spoken word.
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