Device can translate sign language into sound and vice versa

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Just as Stanford University undergraduate Adam Duran recently developed his Braille-writing software to help blind people communicate visually with a standard touchscreen, a new innovation we’ve spotted is doing a similar thing for those with hearing disabilities. Created by students at the University of Houston, MyVoice is a device that aims to translate sign language into sound and vice versa.

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