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sign language

Instead of a human person telling a story, a 3D animation (puppet, robot) is used to render the sign language on screen for deaf  pepole,  - and without human intervention -

i know that the The program should be a combination of translation software, and conversion software


i need steps to understand more or tutorial so i can understand the problem or
link for peaper to know the steps
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micky2013
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TommySzalapskiCommented:
For the most part, you can get away with directly translating word for word. Technically ASL has a different grammar than English, but all the deaf people I've met are comfortable with English grammar.

One issue you will run into is words that have multiple meanings. For example, the sign for the word "like" is different depending on meaning:
I like cats; they taste like chicken.
When translating the above into sign language the sign for the first "like" would be different from the second one.

The easiest way to get the signs in the computer would be to put some kind of sensors on the hands and fingers of an expert and have them do the signs, then use their motions for the robot.
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