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Talking hands is a project designed to improve the lives of over 70 million deaf people all over the world by helping them to communicate.

Italian start-up, Limix created Talking Hands — gloves that record hand movements and translates them into words, which are relayed to a connected smartphone device and relayed via a voice synthesizer to try and bridge the communication barrier that most deaf peple…




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Alice Bonasio

Alice Bonasio

Technology writer for FastCo, Quartz, The Next Web, Ars Technica, Wired + more. Consultant specializing in VR #MixedReality and Strategic Communications

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