Karachi college students create talking glove for people with deaf

Giving a voice to the voiceless have been a cause that lots of have championed throughout history. Karachi’s Usman Institute of Technology college students has taken the hard work ahead by packing a bunch of sensors into a talking glove.

Several university students have developed a smart glove called ‘Speech Generator Glove’ that can turn Pakistani Sign Language into the audible talk. “The gestures executed by the glove will be read by the sensors through imperative computer programming C language. The readings will then get translated to a speaker,” declared 1 of the task members.

Speech Generator Glove weighs around three hundred grams and can convert 28 Urdu letters into sentences. The students say they are working to increase Urdu words into the glove’s dictionary. The Speech Generator Glove’s overall word capacity is of 3, 000 words.


زین ایک ایوارڈ یافتہ سابق شکاگو سٹی ہال کے سیاسی رپورٹر اور کالم نگار ہیں۔