Students from Usman Institute of Technology have designed a smart glove called ‘Speech Generator Glove’ that will help those with hearing loss.
According to sources, a group of university students have invented a smart glove called ‘Speech Generator Glove’ that can turn Pakistani Sign Language into audible speech.
“The gestures performed by the glove will be read by the sensors through imperative computer programming C language. The readings will then get translated to a speaker,” said one of the members of the project.
The glove weights about 300 grams and can convert 28 Urdu words into sentences.
The students are hoping to further advance the project and aim to feed more Urdu words in the glove.