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Sign Language Tutor--Digital improvement for people who are deaf and hard of hearing

@inproceedings{Ackovska2012SignLT,
  title={Sign Language Tutor--Digital improvement for people who are deaf and hard of hearing},
  author={Nevena Ackovska and Magdalena Kostoska and Marjan Gjurovski},
  year={2012}
}
This paper is an introduction to the world of deaf and hard of hearing people and their everyday challenges (and opportunities) with technology and computer interaction. The requirements of this focus group in human-computer interaction and the currently available computers tools and technologies in the world, and especially Macedonia will be discussed. An overview of the present research directions and the possibilities of the visualization and 3D technology for this target group will be… Expand
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