Cell/pda video quality isn’t good enough for showing sign language, so these University of Washington UI group is working on mobile video capture that specifically picks up ASL signs and then focuses the video quality on the gestures instead of background junk. Right now they’re in very early stages, but in a few months they might be on to something…

One Response to “What happens to sign language when mobile video quality is bad?”

  1. David Guitardon 12 Apr 2008 at 9:20 am

    You say ” What happen to sign language when mobile video gaulity is bad? ” .

    What about video mintures roaming service in canada and usa?

    That may avoid wireless companies for dirty job?

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