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RIT/NTID students aim to translate sign language to text

15 Oct

Wade Kellard

MotionSavvy, a team of five RIT/NTID students, hope to make it easier for deaf and hearing people to communicate. They have developed an application that will translate a hand shape into a text letter of the alphabet. With more work, the team plans to develop applications that will enable the motion detection device to translate sign language into words and sentences. More.

One Response to “RIT/NTID students aim to translate sign language to text”

  1. pranesh 30. Oct, 2013 at 4:39 pm #

    i want asl book for post…