While 70 million deaf people use sign language as their mother tongue, not everyone has knowledge of the language so mature sex porno hard communicating can still be challenging.Now a team of entrepreneurs who are all deaf have come up with a tablet case child porn children called Uni that can translate sign language into text that is shown on a tablet, to bridge the gap between children porn video deaf people and those who can hear.They describe it as a ‘revolutionary two-way communication tool for the deaf and hearing.’ Scroll child porno down for video
A team of entrepreneurs who are all deaf have come up with a tablet case called Uni that can translate sign language on a tablet into text (shown left), to bridge the gap between deaf people and those who can hear. It can also detect speech and translate it into text to help deaf people when lip reading is difficultRyan Hait-Campbell, CEO of San Francisco-based start-up MotionSavvy led the development of the translation software that powers the Uni tablet case.
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It’s designed to fit a Dell Venue 8 Pro tablet, which retails for around $320 (£200), but versions for Android devices and iOS devices are in the works.The case contains motion-sensing technology that reads sign language and translates it into text that appears on the tablet’s screen in real-time, allowing non-deaf people to interpret sign language and deaf people to make themselves more easily understood.Indiegogo to put their device into production.Uni is available to pre-order for $198 (£124). Its expected to ship in September 2015. A $20-a-month subscription is needed for software updates and crowd signing functions.
The cases American Sign Language (ASL) recognition software interprets signs in real-time, showing what the camera sees on screen (pictured). It matches them with a database of signs to translate them into the correct word, which is displayed on the tablet
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