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Kenyan inventor and engineer Roy Allela is developing technology that allows sign language to be translated into audible speech. Inspired to explore ways to improve communication with a niece who is deaf motivated Allela to explore how technology might be able to bridge the gap. Neither Allela or other family members know sign language. The “Sign-IO” gloves use Bluetooth technology to translate signals from sensors on the glove when a person is making sign language gestures. Continue reading “Kenyan Engineer Roy Allela Creates Gloves That Translate Sign Language To Audible Speech”