New ASL cell-phone tool could help users who cannot hear

08/16/2010 | CNET

Engineers at the University of Washington are testing a tool that will enable the use of American Sign Language on cell phones. "With the MobileASL phone, people can see each other eye to eye, face to face, and really have better understanding," said Tong Song, who is participating in the pilot test and is a student at Gallaudet University, a school for people who cannot hear.

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