Content4All

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Content4All aims to make content more accessible to the sign language community

Content4All aims to make content more accessible to the sign language community. Therefore, the consortium will develop the necessary technologies and algorithms to achieve automatic sign-translation capabilities. The end result will make use of a photorealistic 3D human avatar for sign-interpreted content creation and will enable low-cost personalization of content for deaf viewers, without causing disruption for hearing viewers.

Partners
Fincons Group AG, University of Surrey, Fraunhofer-Heinrich Hertz Institute (HHI), Human-Factors-Consult GmbH (HFC), SwissTxt
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