Deaf and mute individuals have used sign language as a means of communication for centuries. Sign language is a visual language that uses a combination of hand gestures, facial expressions, and body language to convey meaning. Sign language is a complex and nuanced language that has its own grammar and syntax, and it is used by millions of people around the world.
There are many different sign languages used throughout the world, each with its own unique characteristics and regional variations. Some of the most widely used sign languages include American Sign Language (ASL), British Sign Language (BSL), and Australian Sign Language (Auslan). Each sign language has its own set of signs and gestures that are used to convey meaning, and many sign languages are not mutually intelligible.
Sign language has played an important role in the deaf community, providing a means of communication that is accessible to deaf and mute individuals. Sign language has also been recognized as an official language in many countries around the world, including the United States, Canada, and New Zealand.
Despite the importance of sign language in the deaf community, many hearing individuals are not familiar with the language and may struggle to communicate with deaf and mute individuals. This is where tools like the Deaf & Dumb Assistant come in, providing a means of bridging the communication gap between deaf and mute individuals and others who may not be familiar with sign language.
● Data Collection and Exploratory Data Analysis
● Feature Extraction
● Model Development and Training