Sign Language for K-8 Mathematics by 3 D Interactive Animation

  title={Sign Language for K-8 Mathematics by 3 D Interactive Animation},
  author={Nicoletta Adamo-Villani and John Doublestein and Zachary Martin},
We present a new highly interactive computer animation tool to increase the mathematical skills of deaf children. We aim at increasing the effectiveness of (hearing) parents in teaching arithmetic to their deaf children, and the opportunity of deaf children to learn arithmetic via interactive media. Using state-ofthe-art computer animation technology we have designed and modeled three 3-dimensional virtual signers. The signs for mathematical terminology, performed by a deaf signer, have been… CONTINUE READING
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