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ICYMI: Deaf translation gloves, mind-controlled UAVs and more

Now signers can communicate with everyone, not just those who speak ASL.
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Today on In Case You Missed It: Two college students from the University of Washington won an invention prize at a MIT competition for their SignAloud gloves, which translate the words deaf or mute people sign into spoken words. University of Florida held a drone race with mind-control headsets as the controllers. And China's National University of Defense Technology made a robot that can tase people.

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