All over the world more than one hundred million deaf people are using the sign language, however the real-time communication between the deaf and hearing people has remained unsolved until today. In the framework of its long term development project, Dolphio Technologies is working on a complex sign language recognition system the realization of which has been declared impossible by a number of professional and research workshops.
The R+D team of Dolphio Technologies has been from the beginning convinced that the task is in-deed manageable. As a result of our hard work, the project has received international recognition. For example, among 130 projects it qualified for the finals of the Global Impact 2014 competition of the Singularity University CEE founded by NASA and Google. The SignAll sign language recognition system is able to make real-time translations from the Hungarian sign language (HSL) and from one of the most widely used sign language of the world, the ASL (American Sign Language). The computer linguistic algorithms-based system is not only able to recognize the words, but can arrange them into grammatically meaningful sentences which offers an unprecedented help to people with hearing disabilities and contributes to the communication between the deaf-mutes and people who can hear.