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Microsoft's Imagine Cup 2012 Winners

In this Olympics of technology, teams from around the world addressed global issues using Microsoft devices and software.
ISS, inc
ISS, inc • 2 years ago

Enable Talk uses sensors on a pair gloves to recognize sign-language phonemes and transmits them via Bluetooth to a Windows Phone. A speech API then renders the signs into audio, helping deaf individuals communicate. Check it out, along with the other winners of Microsoft's Imagine Cup 2012.

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