Automatic Interpreter

San Jose - Submitted by RickyDub on Feb 20 2014

In a flourishing Synchronicity, communication is key. However, one of the persistent problems for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities of the Bay Area is that face-to-face communication can be hindered by so few people knowing American Sign Language, which makes employment hard to find. Imagine the technology of video phones that connect interpreters to long-distance conversations was embedded into something like iglasses, so hearing and deaf people can do everything needed in a work environment between employers, employees and clients with no communication barrier.

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TheOncomingStorm
Apr 26 2014
4:44 PM
Prone to human error, and human limitations. A lip reading software would be far more efficient and reliable.