HelloSign is an ASL learning app that incorporates interactive lessons, gamification system and colorful graphics to make people become interested in ASL.
Users are able to record their moves based on the given questions.
After checking “Show Answer” Button, there is going to be a 3d hands to show the correct moves and users can check the details by rotating, zooming in /out and play it in slow motion.
Movement Tracking in Real-time Hand Gesture Recognition
Face covering has added a barrier of communication for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
ASL is the 3rd most common language used among American citizens. The U.S. Census estimates that 11.5 million people
in the country are hard-of-hearing or deaf.
The demand will continue to
grow by 19% from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average for
Lack of resources at every level of government, as well as within the healthcare system during covid-19 pandemic.
Stereotypes and misconceptions about deaf people.
Little support from society
“Members of our community that are already living in isolation feel even more isolated by what's happening in the world.” Chris Soukup, CEO of Communication Service for the Deaf
What I wanted to know from the survey.
1. How much do people know about deaf community/culture?
2. Is there misconceptions about Sign Language?
3. Essential Features in a learning app?
Majority of normal hearing people filled this form have little knowledge about sign language and deaf culture. In fact, It’s unclear how many sign languages currently exist worldwide. Each country has its own native sign language, and some have more than one. Like all spoken languages they have their own grammatical systemTheir top favorite educational app features are visuals.
More People become interested in learning ASL.
An ASL Learning app that is visual appealing, motivational and up-to-date.
Ghada Wali resolved to represent her culture in a fun accessible way. A colorful, engaging project that uses LEGO to teach Arabic script, harnessng the power of graphic design to create connection and positive change.
Christine Sun Kim was born deaf, but through her art, she discovered similarities between ASL and music, and she realized that sound doesn’t have to be known solely through ears--it can be felt, seen and experienced as an idea.
3D Modeling to gamify
the learning experience
Up to date words and phrases
Classes are tailored to meet up with users’ needs
Featuring daily review section to strengthen up their memories