I can talk.
I have no problems talking, outside of the odd lisp here and there and my poor vocabulary.
In fact, I probably talk too much!
Being able to communicate is something we take for granted.
But what if you were deaf and depended on sign-language?
Sure you’re able to communicate, but most people don’t understand sign-language.
Well two undergrad inventors at the University of Washington have created SignAloud.
SignAloud is basically a pair of high-tech gloves that interprets sign-language into a computer program and the computer speaks what you said out of its speakers.