The menu on the left shows three sample applications which we have built with speech2sign:
- BabelDr is a substantial application which translates medical examination questions into sign language, using recorded video output. There are two versions, French → LSF-CH and English → Auslan
- English2LSF is an experimental application which translates simple spoken English sentences into French Sign Language (LSF). It has a small vocabulary and a structured grammar intended to illustrate the basic principles of LSF syntax. Output is produced using the JASigning signing avatar.
- Menusigne is a menu-based game designed to help people learn basic French sign language, which has been built using an extended version of the grammar from Eng2LSF. Output is produced using the JASigning signing avatar.
- Trainslate is an experimental application which translates spoken passenger station announcements from French into Swiss French Sign Language (LSF-CH). The app covers about 50 of the most common sentence types. This app also uses the JASigning signing avatar.