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Visual Sound / Sign Language Translator

Visual Sound
Visual Sound

Visual Sound converts speech-impaired person’s sign language into voice and text using motion capture sensor. Sign languages used in communication between speech-impaired person and others does not properly deliver messages without proper professional knowledge.
This design was invented to solve such issues, and it allows for a direct, quick conversation using sign language by implementing motion capture sensor. Speech-impaired person’s sign language is quickly converted and accurate messages are sent to others, and simultaneous confirmation and saving of conversation contents are made possible.

University

Seoul National University of Science and Technology

Seoul National University of Science and Technology
Seoul, South Korea

University

Chosun University

Chosun University
Gwang-ju, South Korea

University

Chung-Ang University

Chung-Ang University
Seoul, South Korea

Design

Seoul National University of Science and Technology

Seoul National University of Science and Technology
Seoul, South Korea

Lee Jun Young

Design

Chosun University

Chosun University
Gwang-ju, South Korea

Seo Yeon Ja

Design

Chung-Ang University

Chung-Ang University
Seoul, South Korea

Kim Hong Joo