Meet Lucky, the man who created glove that translates sign language

Meet Lucky, the man who created glove that translates sign language

- A man is trending on social media for his amazing invention

- He created gloves which are able to translate South African sign language

- Social media users were impressed by the innovation

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A local man has made a ground-breaking innovation. The brilliant mind invented a smart glove sensor which is able to translate South African sign language into voice and text.

Pictures of Lucky Netshidzati and his device were shared on social media by Twitter user Ulrich Janse van Vuuren. His post got over 10 000 likes as social media users expressed their appreciation of the innovation.

Twitter user Mxolancedisile said:

"Patent that my man quick quick!"

BafedileMakgam1 said:

"Talent is soo much with little resources"

WarrenMW265 said:

"Do you know what's even better than creating this?? Actually teaching sign language in schools (more cost effective). Congratulations to this young man but sometimes the simplest solutions to problems are right in front of us."

Kwane90 said:

"He was one of the panel members at @4IRIndaba. We were all hooked to every word he said as he explained how his parents, who are both 'hearing impaired', inspired this."

VePhala said:

"Really? That’s amazing so but do they translate back?"

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SukatiQ said:

"These guys in Limpopo are ahead of time, building smart gloves and cars."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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