Chandigarh University Student Invented ‘Magical’ Gloves

Chandigarh University Student Invented Magical Gloves

A student from Chandigarh University came up with a unique idea to help specially-abled people to communicate. Sarthak invented a microcontroller-based ‘magical’ gloves for those people who can’t speak or hear. These gloves can be connected to an android app. By using these battery-operated gloves, one can send customized messages to their dear ones.

The special thing about these gloves is that with the help of two fingers one can send distress signal for help to the loved ones. “These gloves can be built in around 300 rupees and one won’t be in need to write their messages on paper,” Sarthak told ANI.

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