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Published on Nov 23, 2013
A team of Duke University students developed a prototype device that uses a glove, sensors and a computer to translate the motions of sign language into speech. They built it in 24 hours at the HackDuke computer programming contest. All four students are computer science majors: Zachary Bears, Sai Cheemalapati, Michael Deng and Joshua Miller. Learn more at http://today.duke.edu/2013/11/dukehac... and http://www.hackduke.com.