lip-reading


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lip-reading

a method used by deaf people to comprehend spoken words by interpreting movements of the speaker's lips
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But now the machine lip-reading technology can differentiate between the sounds for a more accurate translation.
There are not many lip-reading classes around and we are very lucky to have one here.
The principal issue in relation to the lip-reading turns on the potential interpretation of one word," The Sun quoted Carter-Stephenson, as telling to the judge.
The whole idea is to reclassify lip-reading classes to ensure they are provided by a local educational provider at no cost to the individual.
North Wales Assembly Member Mark Isherwood, himself a hearing aid wearer, has called on the Welsh Government to respond to a vital report which has highlighted a shortage of lip-reading classes for the deaf and hard of hearing in Wales.
Lip-reading shows us the fatherly advice he gave and that alone makes this a must for lovers of the beautiful game.
WARWICKSHIRE students learning lip-reading will feature in BBC2's See Hear programme tomorrow .
ISLAMABAD, 28 April , 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- Scientists develop lip-reading computer that can identify languages as well You can now have a new computer capable of reading lips and identifying different languages.
However, the competitions' committee -- an EFA subsidiary -- will not be counting on lip-reading for disciplinary decisions.
Lip-reading classes run on Mondays from 10am until 12 noon within the Kirkby One-Stop-Shop building in Cherryfield Drive.
We do this by providing a number of services: Advice and Information Befriending Community Support Services Conwy Family Support Group Deaf Awareness Training Education Services Equipment Demonstrations Interpreting and Communication Support Lip-reading Classes Outreach services supporting people in their own homes North WalesDeaf Association provides support for carers with a hearing loss as well as support for deaf people in need of care, be it in their own homes, residential or care homes.
Computerized lip-reading isn't the most obvious use of speech technology, probably because by definition, lip reading doesn't involve a lot of audio information.