Sign-language media

Sign-language media are media based on a media system for sign languages. Interfaces in sign-language media are built on the complex grammar structure of sign languages. Generally media are built for oral languages or written languages, and are often not compatible with sign languages.

Sign-language media have specific characteristics:



  1. Michael Kipp, Alexis Heloir, Quan Nguyen. Sign language avatars: Animation and comprehensibility. Volume 6895 of the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science pp 113-126. Link to article by Kipp, Heloir, and Nguyen.
  2. Sarah Ebling. 2013. Evaluating a Swiss German Sign Language Avatar among the Deaf Community. Link to access
  3. link to Spanish Sign Language videos done by software

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