The sign language glove is an idea whose time has come! Or has it?
Could this tech tool be helpful for Deaf people? Or it is just so much hand-waving? Not everyone in the world of singed language is wild about this invention. But why not?
We’ll find out on this episode of Talk the Talk.
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