Deaf infants born to hearing parents are at risk of language deprivation due to lack of sign language fluency and subpar parent-child communication. We present a projection-based Augmented Reality (AR) prototype designed to improve parent-child communication and American Sign Language (ASL) acquisition. Our system aims to non-intrusively augment play episodes by projecting just-in-time and context-aware ASL equivalents extracted from nursery rhymes being sung by parents. This paper presents the initial implementation of the prototype .
Antony, Victor N.; Blumenthal, Adira; Qiu, Ziyue; Tenesaca, Ashely; Hu, Wanyin; and Bai, Zhen
"Projection-Based AR for Hearing Parent-Deaf Child Communication,"
Frameless: Vol. 3
, Article 19.
Available at: https://scholarworks.rit.edu/frameless/vol3/iss1/19