At Team Quadsquad's final presentation to the Imagine Cup judges, a member wearing the gloves signs "nice to meet you" and a mobile phone using Microsoft Speech API quickly repeats it out loud. There is an audible "ooh" from the audience. The Enable Talk system is user-taught, which makes it customizable for different countries' sign languages and individual idiosyncrasies in performing the signs. For the Imagine Cup, Team Quadsquad translated American Sign Language to English using the system's neural network, but a user could teach it any gestures they wanted, and have them correspond with any language that is supported by Microsoft Speech API. So, theoretically, you could even make up your own sign language. Obviously, it would take far too long to teach the system every word you might ever want to say, so eventually the team would like to have a downloadable package of standard signs in different sign languages for the user to start out with. The battery life on the gloves lasts for eight hours, but can be extended by charging them with the solar panels on the back.