Here’s a heart-warming story from Limpopo, South Africa of one man’s ingenious solution for communication limitations with his parents. Netshidzati Lucky, CEO of Rudzambilu Holdings, was born to deaf parents. He decided to make a glove that essentially translates sign language to speech. You can [read more here.]( https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-africa-50679142/south-african-creates-sign-language-glove-for-deaf-parents)
Wondering if any makers out there have experimented with something similar or know of open-source projects?
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