SignAll hosted a workshop for a group of students from the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce.
Students from the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce visited SignAll’s Research and Development lab and participated in an engaging workshop with several SignAll team members. The event focused on SignAll’s communication system, that automatically translates sign languages to written languages and can assist the deaf and hearing to communicate in their native languages.
The presentation provided an overview of SignAll’s system and explored various topics related to accessibility, industry analysis and the marketing strategy. Zsolt Robotka, SignAll´s CEO also joined the group for a Q&A session, sharing his viewpoint on the development of the market that the company serves.
As part of the workshop, the group had the opportunity to test SignAll’s newest development project, the Learn ASL System. They had a fun fingerspelling lesson, where they were introduced to the ASL alphabet, and could then test their knowledge with the system. The Learn ASL App is designed to provide the users with immediate feedback on their signing, and to support ASL lessons taught in a classroom setting.
Take a look at the pictures below, to peek inside the University of Virginia’s workshop at SignAll’s R&D lab, in Budapest.