Deaf Magazine Illuminates Sign Language On Its Pages [Pics]

Deaf Magazine Illuminates Sign Language On Its Pages [Pics]
Arts & Culture

The DEAF MAGAZINE features content on the culture of German sign language, and uses augmented reality to visualize the content.

Emma Hutchings
  • 9 september 2013

DEAF MAGAZINE aims to improve awareness of sign language in Germany and uses augmented reality to bridge the gap between spoken/written language and sign language. The articles have an AR component with video content that visualizes what is on each page.

DEAF MAGAZINE is a lifestyle and society magazine that links the written language directly with the German sign language for a better understanding. It also provides hearing readers with access to the German deaf culture.

Deaf Magazine Illuminates Sign Language On Its Pages [Pics]

The magazine includes articles about events and trends of German sign language, special personalities, news and opinions about accessibility in Germany and information about the deaf culture of other countries.

The articles are separated in short sections, which are then extended to printable pictures and videos with subtitles, enhancing the experience for readers. Click through to see images of DEAF MAGAZINE and check out the video below to learn more:


+augmented reality
+fashion / apparel
+hearing impaired
+Media & Publishing
+sign language

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