The wearable device contains sensors in which run along the four fingers along with also thumb to identify each word, phrase or letter as in which is usually made in American Sign Language.
Those signals are then sent wirelessly to a smartphone, which translates them into spoken words at a rate of one word per second.
The glove does not translate British Sign Language, the various other dominant sign language inside English-speaking world, which is usually used by about 151,000 adults inside UK, according to the British Deaf Association.
The researchers also added adhesive sensors to the faces of people used to test the device — between their eyebrows along with also on one side of their mouths — to capture facial expressions in which are a part of American Sign Language.
Chen said the device is usually lighter than the wearable systems developed in previous attempts to create live sign language translating equipment.
More than 300 sign languages are used by more than 70 million deaf people across the entire world.