Todo funciona gracias a un guante que detecta tanto los movimientos de los dedos como la posición espacial de la mano y su desplazamiento, con todo detalle. Traductor de lenguaje de signos. Está testado y es funcional.
Esto se conecta a una PC a través de una conexión inalámbrica Bluetooth y el software desarrollado es capaz de convertir los datos del guante con un sintetizador de voz. Continúa leyendo…
Traductor de lenguaje de signos. | MELSYSTEMS.ES
Thomas Pryor and Navid Azodi
Thomas Pryor and Navid Azodi are undergraduate sophomore students at the University of Washington (UW) studying Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering and Business Administration, respectively. The two met their freshman year and connected over a shared interest in invention and problem solving.
Thomas, from Tucson, Ariz., has held internships at Raytheon and Boeing and has worked in multiple aerospace research labs at the University of Arizona and at the University of Washington. Thomas currently works as an undergraduate researcher in the Composite Structures Laboratory at UW and is also the software engineering lead of the Husky Robotics Team at UW where he mentors, teaches, and leads a team of 30 students. Thomas is also a part of the UW Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation and the Minority Scholars in Engineering program at UW. He was also part of the Boy Scouts of America where his hard work and dedication to his troop and community earned him the rank of Eagle Scout.