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Catcher

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A smart device to translate sign language into voice in real time

“CATCHER” could solve the daily communication problem between hearing impaired people and the general population who do not know sign language. The product is hung on the user's chest. When activated, the camera is used to perceive and interpret sign language, and translating into spoken language, which is broadcast by the device in real time. In this way, anyone - regardless of training - could understand what deaf and hard of hearing people want to express


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