Mimix3D Sign Language

3.4
344 reviews
50K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Mimix3D Sign Language Translator is a mobile app. that interprets spoken and written English into sign language using a 3D friendly avatar, new signs are added every week so bear with us.

The 3D avatar will interpret text/speech input in English and deliver real-time sign language translations, enabling easier communication with the deaf & hard of hearing community without having to know sign language.

The interpretation is based on the Signing Exact English (SEE)

Mimix3D is not meant to replace human SL interpreters, rather to make every-day communication with the deaf and hard of hearing community more accessible.

Two Way Communication

Mimix3D Sign Language Translator also translates text into spoken words, so the deaf person can write text using keyboard or sign language keyboard, which is then spoken and signed simultaneously.

Learn Sign Language

Mimix3D features a dictionary with over 7200 signs from the ASL, making it a great tool for anyone to learn the language from their phones.


Main Features

•Real-Time English-to-Sign Language Translation (speech/text-to-SL)

•Text-to-Speech

•Sign Language Dictionary

•Learn Sign Language


Development

•New Functionality, Designs and Signs Added Periodically.

•Easy-to-Use Interface.
Updated on
Aug 21, 2019

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3.4
344 reviews
A Google user
February 21, 2019
Good start, but needs help. No option to shut off daily notifications. Animation is choppy, even when slowed down, it's difficult to follow. I found a few others that worked just as good and some better that did not have daily notifications. "The ASL APP" has actual video footage of real people that includes facial expressions.
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A Google user
November 20, 2018
Double check the signs with an accredited ASL dictionary, I have found a few that are not correct. Otherwise its a pretty good app, I like the ability to rotate the avatar in different directions so that you can make sure and see that you have your hand/fingers placed correctly.
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A Google user
October 25, 2019
It was a really good app and it helped me a lot. Few minutes after trying this I want to write a feedback as a thanks but there's no feedback/rate option in the app. The record option didn't work on me. I suggest that you can zoom in because my sister has poor eyesight and she can't clearly was the girl doing. Overall, this is a good app :)
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What's new

7200 signs
Upgrading diconary experiance
fix search for uppercase