25-year-old Kenyan invents smart gloves that convert sign language movements into audio speech – by George Tubei…

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Roy Allela tries out his smart gloves

  • More than 30 million people around the globe have speech impairments and must rely on sign language.
  • Roy Allela’s six-year-old niece was born deaf and found it extremely difficult to communicate with her family, none of whom knew sign language.
  • They say necessity is the mother of invention and the need to communicate and connect with her niece pushed 25-year-old Roy to invent the smart gloves.

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