Many deaf people are most comfortable communicating in sign language. This feature would translate from sign language to written text as a transcript or captioning of a sign language conversation.
Discussion by Disabilities
- This feature would simplify communication for people who are deaf, allowing them to communicate in their preferred language, even with people who are not fluent in sign.
- IBM’s “Say It Sign It” – IBM Research, University of East Anglia (2007)
- DePaul ASL Project – DePaul University
- An Image Processing Technique for the Translation of ASL Finger-Spelling to Digital Audio or Text – Rochester Institute of Technology – Chance M. Glenn, Divya Mandloi, Kanthi Sarella, and Muhammed Lonon (2006)
- Automatic Sign Language Analysis: A Survey and the Future beyond Lexical Meaning – Britta Bauer, Sonja Nieen, Hermann Hienz (2005)
- Visual Sign and Gesture Recognition – Richard Bowden, Timor Kadir, David Windridge, Eng-Jon Ong, Antonio Micilotta, Andrew Zisserman, Michael Brady (2004)
- Sign Language to Text by SVM – Univ. de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain (2002)
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