The wearable computing glove delivers vibrations to the wearer's knuckles that correspond with the typing sequence of a phrase in Braille
The vibrating glove is a maturation of the technology used in the Mobile Music Touch glove, also developed by Georgia Tech researchers in 2012
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a glove that helps users learn to read and write Braille, all while focusing on unrelated activities. The wearable computer uses miniature vibrating motors sewn into the knuckles, and was found to assist in developing motor skills in participants without them focusing on the movement of their hands.
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