15 Sign Language Interpreters Going Ham At Concerts! Can You Hand-le It? VH1 We all lost our minds for Lydia Callis last year when she delivered animated sign language interpretations for New York City's Mayor Bloomberg during super-storm Sandy.
A multimedia feature published this week in the New York Times, “Pushing Science’s Limits in Sign Language Lexicon,” outlines efforts in the United States and Europe to develop sign language versions of specialized terms used in science, technology, engineering and mathematics
Click on the video below to watch this article in BSL, signed by Tessa Padden courtesy of our supporters Signworld! Everyone wants to learn a bit of sign language. Most people that I meet want to learn some, and it's been that ...
Kinect-Powered Sign PSFK Researchers in Japan are starting to develop a system that recognizes sign language and automatically converts it into Japanese characters – only requiring a commercial motion sensor such as the “Microsoft Kinect.” Mizuho...
Pretty much all the children's book-apps we write about have voice narration nowadays, but what about children who are deaf? A new app called Signed Stories aims to include them in the storytelling fun.
Liberty University will become the first institution in the commonwealth of Virginia to offer a bachelor’s degree in American Sign Language and Interpreting (ASLI), according to the Office of English and Modern Languages assistant professor Nicole Thorn.
The ASLI track will ensure that students meet the rising standards of interpreter certification, according to Thorn.
“With supply not meeting the current demand, interpreters have become an invaluable tool in communication access between deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals,” according to the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID).
Augmented realized, which bridges the gap between the digital and the physical, is now bridging the gap between the worlds of the deaf and the hearing. German design group Morphoria has created Deaf, a concept ...
Times-Delphic Deaf Magazine Illuminates Sign Language On Its Pages PSFK DEAF MAGAZINE aims to improve awareness of sign language in Germany and uses augmented reality to bridge the gap between spoken/written language and sign language.
Bilingual cat takes on massive responsibility of teaching baby Spanish msnNOW This cat understands the importance of being bilingual — she's obviously spent years learning to conjugate her meows and remembering to roll her Rs when hissing at the dog.
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