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SENJO / sign-language translator

SENJO is an innovative sign-language translator concept that allows deaf people effortless communication with non-deaf people for the first time ever. This wearable computer system offers mobility and spontaneity in the userŽs daily life. Senjo uses digital interfacing in both the visual interpretation of the spoken word as well as the audio translation of the hand movements by means of a wearable computer equipt with cameras, sensors and speakers. Senjo uses speech recognition to translate spoken language into sign-language.
The visual translated hand images are „projected“ through a specialized head-mounted display.

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Muthesius Kunsthochschule

Muthesius Kunsthochschule
Industrie Design
Kiel, Germany

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Maxie Pantel