Uni is the world's 1st tech to convert sign language into spoken language in real time!
July 25, 2018
Say hello to Uni, which is the world's first real time translation technology that converts sign language to grammatically correct spoken language.
Uni uses a specialized camera to track both hands and all 10 fingers quickly and there is a voice recognition software to translate speech into text.
Uni has a Sign Builder feature lets the user record, label, and edit signs in real time. There is a Crowd Sign feature that lets users upload, download, share, and manage signs.
Uni also lets users build their own sign language dictionary with custom signs that meet individual preferences.
Motion Savvy, the company behind Uni, has a web based management tool that enables customers to update and manage the vocabulary on their devices.
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