#科技头条#【谷歌手势:手语转换APP?】

#科技头条#【谷歌手势:手语转换APP?】想与手语者沟通无阻?近日,一群瑞典大学生推出了一个可将手语转换为可听语言“谷歌手势APP”概念。理论上,它通过一个可穿戴腕带来记录手语者的肌肉动作,然后由肌电图将动作转换为听觉语言。虽还未实现,但相信梦想不远。

http://mashable.com/2014/06/20/google-gesture-app/

 

 

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Correction: This video was actually created by marketing students at Berghs School of Communication, and is not made by Google, nor is Google Gesture a real service. We updated the story below and apologize for the error.

A group of marketing students in Stockholm, Sweden have put together a concept video of an app that aims to help people understand sign language in real time.

The concept isn't real, but the thinking behind it is smart: an app that can translate sign language into speech, with the help of a wearable wristband. The video was filmed by students at Berghs School of Communication and is presented as though it was developed by Google.

The app — which the students call Google Gesture — would be paired with a forearm band that analyzes muscle movements made when signing — a process known as electromyography. These movements would then, in theory, be sent to the app and translated into audible words as they are signed.

"The vast majority of people don't understand sign language, which means a lot of interesting conversations never take place," the Gesture video says.


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