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Bracelet and rings translate sign language

A concept bracelet and rings set uses motion sensors and an LED display to translate sign language.

By 22 November 2013

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Cool Kinect move: Reading sign language in real time

Here's another example of how the Kinect works great as a low-cost Swiss Army Knife for human and computer interaction: the multicamera device reads sign language like a champ.

By 19 July 2013

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Smart glove gives voice to sign language gestures

A prototype solar-powered sensory glove captures sign language hand movements and translates them through text and voice.

By 19 September 2012

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Google+ video hangouts adds sign language feature

Google+ now lets you 'take the floor' for video hangouts, allowing those using sign language to be seen more clearly than in a thumbnail.

By 11 September 2011

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Future infotainment systems may read sign language

A new technology is being developed that could let drivers interact with their in-dash systems using finger gestures.

By 11 February 2011

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Engineers test sign language on cell phones

University of Washington researchers are testing a tool called MobileASL that uses motion detection to identify American Sign Language and transmit images over U.S. cell networks.

By 17 August 2010

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Storybook app first to include sign language mode

An iStoryTime iPad app for the children's book "Danny the Dragon Meets Jimmy" is the first to include a sign language mode for deaf children, and costs $2.99.

By 13 August 2010

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3D could mean better grasp on sign language

Hitachi researcher is working on a prototype that teaches sign language using 3D animation.

By 18 July 2008

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GPS device adds sign language to virtual tours

The "GPS Ranger" also has a captioning option.

By 22 March 2008

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Sign language a step closer to phones

Video-compression technology reads skin algorithms

By 27 February 2007