Signing avatar could help Deaf Kiwis order at fast food drive-throughs

Summarized by Michael Cropper

A deaf engineer named Arash Tayebi made a virtual avatar that uses sign language for the Deaf community. He made it to help them obtain information quickly and easily, just like hearing people. The technology continues growing to where it could help the Deaf community with other miscellaneous tasks in the future.

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