Since 2015, we are working on Talking Hands, a sensor glove to improving deaf people communication.
After two years of researches and developments, we are ready to sell it!
Talking Hands is the result of years of developments.
Thanks to our gesture recognition algorithm, Talking Hands is capable of translate hundreds of different gestures.
*Full article here.
You can use Talking Hands in your own application!
For example, you can control your drone or your domotic system.
Just get “Talking Hands for Makers”: the data glove of Talking Hands with an open bluetooth communication!!!
It sends data about position of the fingers and arm/forearm orientations in a very easy and readable way.
Talking Hands Makers Edition is designed for makers and their amazing project.
*LiMiX gesture recognition algorithm is not provided with Talking Hands Makers Edition.
How many times have you needed a simple way to develop your project with a gesture recognition system?
Now you can, with LimixBoard!
Last prototype version of LiMixBoard, final product may vary in dimension.
LimiBoard is the electronic board of Talking Hands.
In only 35 x 50 x 9 mm we integrate:
Just get it and use it in your amazing project!
LiMiX Srl is a young and dynamic Italian startup founded by two young students, Francesco Pezzuoli and Dario Corona. The idea of founding Limix arose after the victory of "Talking Hands" at Startup Weekend of Ascoli Piceno in October 2014.
This adventure has been always supported by the University of Camerino and by Eta Srl and EOS Spa, two Italian companies, all cofounders of Limix.
During the first year of research, we realized the functional prototype and we presented it in different competitions.
We won the StartCup Marche and E-Capital, which gave us enough funds to go on with Talking Hands.
In October 2016, “Talking Hands” won the R.O.M.E. Prize, 100.000€ for the Europen Project with the highest social impact presented at the Maker Faire Rome!
During this year, we presented “Talking Hands” in San Francisco, Dubai and Brussels.
After one year, we are glad to return at the Maker Faire Rome with the final prototype!
You can surely help us sharing our campaign in your favorite social network.