- Sign Language Translator For Hearing Impaired – Ryan Patterson
Ryan Patterson, a young energetic man, invented this magic when he was just 17. The idea struck him when he saw a translator order food for a group of hearing impaired people. He created a glove that could convert the hand motions of American sign language into easy to read letters that could be displayed digitally. This absolutely brilliant invention was undoubtedly an amazing gift to the entire community of hearing challenged people and very aptly, it became the “Grand Award Winner” in the year 2001.