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3D-printable robot arm is a sign language interpreter

A team from the University of Antwerp is developing a robotic sign language interpreter. The first version of the robot hand, named Project Aslan, is mostly 3D-printed and can translate text into fingerspelling gestures, but the team’s ultimate goal is to build a two-armed robot with an expressive face, to convey the full complexity of sign language.

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Image:  Project Aslan

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