A mobile application for South African Sign Language (SASL) recognition

@article{Seymour2015AMA,
  title={A mobile application for South African Sign Language (SASL) recognition},
  author={Michael Seymour and M. Tsoeu},
  journal={AFRICON 2015},
  year={2015},
  pages={1-5}
}
Sign Language uses manual hand and body gestures as well as non-manual facial expressions as a means of communication between deaf and hearing communities. A communication divide exists between the deaf and hearing communities, to the disadvantage of the deaf. This paper explores the design and implementation of a mobile application for South African Sign Language recognition. The application connects, via Bluetooth, to an instrumented glove developed by the University of Cape Town. The… Expand
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