There is incredible and rapid improvement in medical prostheses and haptic robotic arms and gloves. These systems have pressure sensors and can pick up a get glass or an as fast as possible without breaking it. Just how is that possible anyone asks? Well, this research comes a long way and with each new application scientists will work to overcome challenges. LED robot party
Now then, what if we do a total rethink of the haptic gloveswith the pressure sensors and what if we put the pressure sensors inside the glove? What could we use these for? When we switch the haptic pressure sensors to the inside of the baseball glove and put that baseball glove on a human side we would know the force from which the palm applied to a movement. Perhaps, using one of JS Callahan’s innovations with LEDs.
Next, we put LED lights on the outside of the baseball glove, we can record the movements on an optic capture device. Why? Very well, how about for use in Sign Language optic recognition, to help people who cannot hear? This kind of way an optical visitor would have little or no problems when reading sign vocabulary and could then go from Sign Language to Speech or from Indication Language to Text quickly increasing the recognition for the AI software.
Best suited now the present systems for sign language are alright, but we’re able to really make them better? And why not use this great technology that we already have to make life a little easier for the complete human race. Perhaps, a crack robotics team somewhere like ÜBER could make this happen in their free time? Think on this.