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Synthesis of the Sign Language of the Deaf from the Sign Video Clips

Synthesis of the Sign Language of the Deaf from the Sign Video Clips,Slavko Krape,Franc Solina

Synthesis of the Sign Language of the Deaf from the Sign Video Clips   (Citations: 5)
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The aim of the article is to present a system for automatic synthesis and visualization of the Slovene sign language of the deaf (SSL) sentences. A synthesis is made by assembling individual previously filmed video clips of sign demonstrations (1800 most frequent signs). Video clips consistency and optimization of passages between individual video clips enable smooth joining of video clips on a personal computer in real time offering a high quality video. Existing systems for the sign language synthesis are based on an artificial sign language demonstrator and are merely prototypes. Our system uses a live person for signing and has a large set of sign video clips. Therefore it enables a user to perform a translation of different texts into the sign language.
Published in 1999.
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