Development of a Legible Deaf-Signing Virtual Human

  title={Development of a Legible Deaf-Signing Virtual Human},
  author={Farzad Pezeshkpour and Ian Marshall and Ralph Elliott and J. Andrew Bangham},
  booktitle={ICMCS, Vol. 1},
Many deaf people rely on sign language as their primary mode of communication. They will enjoy enhanced information access if media applications can provide signed commentaries, The advent of multimedia makes such provision possible. We outline here a prototype real-time subtitle-tosigning translation system, based on the adaptation and integration of existing software components. We describe the development of a framework, using the Tclflk environment, that supports the integration of… CONTINUE READING


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