Application for fingerspelling practice developed for sign language spread

June 28, 2015  
When the manual alphabet you want to 
know is pressed with an application, 
an expanded illustration is shown.

Yonago-shi, Tottori Prefecture:

The system development trader named "Dream On-line" at Yonago-shi in western Japan has developed application software for manual alphabet practice in a sign language expression called "Let's fingerspell‼".

The drills to make sure a manual alphabet of Japanese syllabary (50 letters) and a learned manual alphabet expression also are included. The person concerned expects that the application will be useful for the spread of sign language."


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