The Center on Access Technology partners with the Georgia Institute of Technology and Google in developing the app designed to educate parents with Deaf/hard-of-hearing children in American Sign Language (ASL), but it is open to anyone who wants to learn sign language and fingerspelling.
A chat application built in a web app to allow for texting and speech-to-text capabilities to assist with communication when wearing a mask and/or social distancing.
The Center on Access Technology is working on a project that seeks to enhance connections to Telecommunications Relay Services from the mobile phone through a native-like experience for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals.
Automatic Speech Recognition
Pilot program in classrooms with Microsoft Translator for speech-to-text translation, using custom language models to increase accuracy.
Application developed for NTID’s Math Competition, held every spring for deaf and hard-of-hearing middle school students.
Museum Accessibility app that provides exhibit information in spoken and written English as well as American Sign Language.
Video Game Accessibility Research
The Center on Access Technology's team started research within the gaming space to evaluate, review and contribute to making games more accessible.
Solution to provide equal access to both Deaf and hearing rowers with commands from a coxswain.
Coordinate Measuring Machine
Solution to provide visual information to deaf and hard-of-hearing users for a Coordinate Measuring Machine.
VL2 ASL Storybook App
The Center on Access Technology's team helped develop several storybook apps on Android and Windows platforms for deaf and hard-of-hearing children.
NTID 50th Anniversary App
The Center on Access Technology designed and developed our 50th Anniversary Mobile app for all attendees coming to campus.