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‘Signglasses’: Sign language in the dark

27 May, 2014

Students at Brigham Young University invent Signglasses, a type of software for Google Glass that allows deaf people to see a small American Sign Language (ASL) interpretor in the top right corner of their Glass display. This enables them to see the interpretors even in the dark. Currently it is used in planetariums so that deaf people are able to understand the narrator in virtual tours of the universe.

BYU Signglasses Project

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