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Software for automating the creation of linguistically accurate and natural-looking animations of American Sign Language (ASL) could increase information accessibility for many people who are deaf. As compared to recording and updating videos of human ASL signers, technology for automatically...
Over the last decade there have been numerous studies on touchscreen typing by blind people. However, there are no reports about blind users everyday typing performance and how it relates to laboratory settings. We conducted a longitudinal study involving five participants to investigate how...
This research investigates how to best present video-based feedback information to students learning American Sign Language (ASL); these results are relevant not only for the design of a software tool for providing automatic feedback to students but also in the context of how ASL instructors...
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