Sign language interpreting via Skype by a Japanese company
Junto Ohki from Japan has found a new way to provide sign language interpreting using technology.
Ohki’s company, ShuR Co runs a Skype-based sign language interpreting business. The company has also created the world’s first online sign language dictionary called SLinto.
People who need a sign language interpreter do not have to wait and go through a lengthy process now. They can ask for the service by calling the company from anywhere.
People can use the service of a sign language interpreter from anywhere, making their lives easier. The company has received a very positive response from the users as they are now able to manage better in day to day life.