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HANDY TOKS – Communication interface for sign language

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A playful tool to learn sign language more effectively

Handy Toks is an educational tool for learning sign language in two steps. The first step consists of a set of figurines for learning basic alphanumeric representations. These figurines can also be easily used in word games. For more complex notions, a keyboard is provided which uses the characters already learned. When typing a word, the keyboard display shows a possible definition with a video example of the corresponding gesture in sign language.


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