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Virtual Reality Teaches Math to Deaf

Purdue’s Envision Center for Data Perceptualizatoin reports its computer graphics students have created a virtual world using high-tech cameras and “cybergloves” that can translate body and hand motions into digital images to help teach math to deaf students. This technology lets a user interact with virtual characters. [Link: Kotaku]



I like the kind of news that you find. Could you expand your entry on how we, as Deaf people, can use this new technology or give a few examples on how you think we would use it in the future? I would like to see more than a link and a short summary.

For example, what would a student in this math class do?


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