HCC 741: Assistive Technology and Accessibility

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Evaluating quality and comprehension of real-time sign language video on mobile phones (Due 11/27)

2 Comments

Paper

Summary: Brian Frey

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Author: amyhurst

Assistant Professor at University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) in Human-Centered Computing and Assistive Technology

2 thoughts on “Evaluating quality and comprehension of real-time sign language video on mobile phones (Due 11/27)

  1. One thing I noted was the premise of the issue was focused greatly on the use of 3G over 4G. However, some cell phone providers, version for instance has stated that it will be making 4G LTE connectivity a requirement for device manufacturers, and every smartphone to roll out will come with this feature which included iOS, Windows Phone and Blackberry devices. Would this invalidate the need for this research?

  2. Audio quality is measured using Mean Opinion Score which is a subjective quality measure (Known message received by large number of people). This paper created a video equivalent of MOS by relating PSNR to the message received by people viewing the video.

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