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A concept bracelet and rings set uses motion sensors and an LED display to translate sign language.
Here's another example of how the Kinect works great as a low-cost Swiss Army Knife for human and computer interaction: the multicamera device reads sign language like a champ.
A prototype solar-powered sensory glove captures sign language hand movements and translates them through text and voice.
Google+ now lets you 'take the floor' for video hangouts, allowing those using sign language to be seen more clearly than in a thumbnail.
A new technology is being developed that could let drivers interact with their in-dash systems using finger gestures.
University of Washington researchers are testing a tool called MobileASL that uses motion detection to identify American Sign Language and transmit images over U.S. cell networks.
An iStoryTime iPad app for the children's book "Danny the Dragon Meets Jimmy" is the first to include a sign language mode for deaf children, and costs $2.99.
Hitachi researcher is working on a prototype that teaches sign language using 3D animation.
The "GPS Ranger" also has a captioning option.
Video-compression technology reads skin algorithms