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Interpreting concerts and music into American Sign Language

  • June 3, 2011
  • by Emanuel Longo

Have you ever been at a conference, school event or presentation and found yourself riveted by the American Sign Language interpreter’s intricate hand and arm movements? Imagine seeing a song interpreted into ASL.

Patent approved for Microsoft’s Kinect motion sensor

  • August 10, 2010
  • by Emanuel Longo

Gamers using Microsoft’s Xbox 360 may no longer need handheld controllers to play certain games, thanks to the company’s newly patented Kinect motion sensor. The technology is strangely reminiscent of “1984,” in which Big Brother—with the help of TVs—knew everything people were doing…but let’s not think about it that way. Instead, let’s focus on the […]

Bridging Gaps in Emergency Preparedness

  • December 2, 2009
  • by Dynamic Language

Do you have a patient or client who is blind, deaf, hard of hearing or has limited use of their vision that has struggled with having proper accessibility in emergency situations? It is possible that they do not have access to resources on how to prepare when these disasters occur. Now you can assist!

Hear Me Sign

  • August 6, 2009
  • by Emanuel Longo

The Deaf and Hard of Hearing community may soon have a new way to communicate with those that do not sign. The Institute for Disabilities Research and Training, Inc. (IDRTA) has been conducting research on a device called the AcceleGlove, a “sensor-instrumented glove that can capture motion and position of hand and fingers then input […]

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