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Stan Sclaroff and Carol Neidle at the Boston University are working on a project in order to create a computer that can read sign language. The computer will track the hand movements and match the trajectory with a sign pattern stored in the database. Stan and Carol intend to create a video dictionary for ASL (American Sign Language) users. The vision is to develop a system comprising of a computer or a mobile with a camera into which user communicates using sign language and the system would bring up the sign that is closest to the sign shown by the user. They would capture as many signs as they can so that the computer algorithms can be trained and hence become user independent and adaptable to different variations in sign languages across different individuals. Stan and Carol are also working on a project to search for a particular sign across different ASL videos.
Keywords: Boston University, sign language, American Sign Language, gestures
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