The SignAll technology easily translates ASL into written English, and displays it as a chat dialogue. There are two monitors. One for the Deaf user, and one for the hearing user.
THE DEAF USER
Signs toward the cameras; the translated sentences are then shown in the chat.
THE HEARING USER
Speaks freely; their speech is picked up by voice recognition tech and shown in the chat.
Sign Language is a complex and nuanced language that consists of different elements. To translate accurately, it is imperative to be able to detect:
BODY MOVEMENT / POSITION
HAND / FINGER SHAPES
SignAll has developed innovative patent-pending technology combining:
- Computer vision
- Machine learning
- Natural-language processing algorithms
Over 100 million people are unable to hear. Being deaf from birth or childhood, many of these people use sign language as their primary form of communication.
Over the next few years we expect SignAll to be used in public and private organizations around the world.
SignAll offers solutions that allow Deaf and Hard of Hearing to communicate with other people spontaneously and effectively – anytime and anywhere.
SignAll can assist your organization in becoming more accessible to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.