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Sign language learning application survey from a postgraduate team


Kexin Guo
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Hello everyone, we are a postgraduate team from Trinity College Dublin attempting to gauge interest in a sign language learning application idea. The app would be similar to Duolingo but built around automatic sign recognition technology, where a user could sign for the app and receive feedback on their gestures legibility.

Currently we’re still trying to figure out if an app like this would be of interest to sign language learners or if we’ve completely misjudged the potential audience.

Here is the link for our survey. If you are interested in this application idea, please fill out this questionnaire and let us know. Your answers will help us develop this product better,  which will be helpful to Signers and others who want to learn sign language. 

https://forms.gle/gakkteQfhAssHd97A

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