Natalie Schmalz Felix Sauer
Fingerspellit is a human-computer-interaction project that tries to encourage people to learn the finger alphabet. Utilizing the LeapMotion device it tracks the movement and posture of the trainee's hand and constantly checks it against the implemented patterns.
Paired with a graphical interface the whole learning process turns into a fun game in which you have to match given words by writing them letter by letter.
Gestural interaction Sign language, Fingerspelling
Sign language, Fingerspelling