Sign language recognition and translation: a multidisciplined approach from the field of artificial intelligence.

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In recent years, research has progressed steadily in regard to the use of computers to recognize and render sign language. This paper reviews significant projects in the field beginning with finger-spelling hands such as "Ralph" (robotics), CyberGloves (virtual reality sensors to capture isolated and continuous signs), camera-based projects such as the… (More)

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@article{Parton2006SignLR, title={Sign language recognition and translation: a multidisciplined approach from the field of artificial intelligence.}, author={Becky Sue Parton}, journal={Journal of deaf studies and deaf education}, year={2006}, volume={11 1}, pages={94-101} }