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+ - Microsoft Research Uses Kinect To Translate Between Spoken And Sign Languages

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An anonymous reader writes "Microsoft’s Kinect is a wonderful piece of technology that seems to know no bounds. Microsoft Research is now using it to bridge the gap between folks who don’t speak the same language, whether they can hear or not. The Kinect Sign Language Translator is a research prototype that can translate sign language into spoken language and vice versa. The best part? It does it all in real time."
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Microsoft Research Uses Kinect To Translate Between Spoken And Sign Languages

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