Reducing viseme confusion in speech-reading

Abstract

Speech-reading is an invaluable technique for people with hearing loss or those in adverse listening conditions (e.g., in a noisy restaurant, near children playing loudly). However, speech-reading is often difficult because identical mouth shapes (visemes) can produce several speech sounds (phonemes); there is a one-to-many mapping from visemes to phonemes… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2904092.2904100

4 Figures and Tables

Topics

  • Presentations referencing similar topics