of a word or phrase.
recognition using geometric and motion features", In: Procs.
For example, providing staff with information sessions on deafblindness or training on fingerspelling
may help staff facilitate more effective communication with entrepreneurs who are deafblind.
Children's memory for sign and fingerspelling
in relation to production rate and sign language input.
McGraw used various fingerspellings
to communicate directions, which differed from the umpires' hand signals for called plays.
formulae: A word is more or less the sum of its letters.
I even taught them fingerspelling
, which they learned quickly, and the American Sign Language (ASL) equivalents of words that they were studying.
Most researchers have identified British reliance on fingerspelling
(rather than a form of signed language as developed in France by Roch-Ambroise-Auguste Bebian) as at least a precursor to oralism.
Below 15 fps, fingerspelling
can become distorted, especially if it is done at normal rates.
Use this ASL alphabet chart to try your hand at fingerspelling
The ASL PLATINUM edition is a 4 CD-ROM set that includes the Dictionary, 101 Basic Signs, and 2 additional discs: Mexican Sign Language/American Sign Language Translator and Fingerspelling
Under the slogan "Your hands can say so much" the BDA is asking you to sign your name using British two-handed fingerspelling
and signing a postcard to Tony Blair asking the Government to back the campaign.