Kiosk that translates sign language is being developed
February 24, 2017
Juke Slot, a US-based company that makes kiosks, is developing a self-order kiosk that can communicate with people who are hearing impaired.
The kiosk will be useful when people with limited or no hearing are at places like casinos, hotels and restaurants.
The self-ordering kiosks could make a huge difference in the lives of people with hearing impairments when they want to order food at their favorite restaurants.
The kiosk will come equipped with the ability to translate everything that a hearing impaired customer selects.
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