Myanmar Sign Language

Citation Author(s):
G R
Sinha
Myanmar Institute of Information Technology Mandalay Myanmar
Pyae
Sone Oo
MIIT
Submitted by:
Dr G R Sinha
Last updated:
Tue, 01/21/2020 - 14:54
DOI:
10.21227/vq7b-e978
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Abstract 

The databases include arrays of alphabets and numbers, ["Ka Gyi" "Ka Kway" "Ga Nge" "Ga Gyi" "Nga" "Sa Lone" "Sa Lane" "0" '0' "Nya" "Ta Talin Jade" "Hta Won Bell" "Dain Yin Gouk" "Dain Yin Hmote" "Na Gyi" "Ta Won Bu" "Hta Sin Htoo" "Da Dway" "Da Out Chike" "Na Nge" "Pa Sout" "Pha Oo Htote" "Ba Htet Chike" "Ba Gone" "Ma" "Ya Pa Lat" "Ya Gout" "La" "Wa" "Tha" "Ha" "La Gyi" "Ah" '0' '1' '2' '3' '4' '5' '6' '7' '8' '9' "10"]. The symbols are recorded as gestures of palm by the MIIT research team and recorded audio file also for each number and alphabet. The symbolic representations of the characters were verified with the help of a school in Mandalay running for deaf and dumb people. Deaf charity Mandalay Myanmar helps in collecting database and other gestures were recorded. All 33 alphabets (from ‘Ka’ to ‘Ah’) and 11 numbers (‘0’ to ‘10’) are created and recorded as images. We also created sound or audio files for all these data with the help of Google Translate Text to Speak (TTS) assistant.  Then, some preprocessing was applied to resize and reformat the images.

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The databases include arrays of alphabets and numbers, ["Ka Gyi" "Ka Kway" "Ga Nge" "Ga Gyi" "Nga" "Sa Lone" "Sa Lane" "0" '0' "Nya" "Ta Talin Jade" "Hta Won Bell" "Dain Yin Gouk" "Dain Yin Hmote" "Na Gyi" "Ta Won Bu" "Hta Sin Htoo" "Da Dway" "Da Out Chike" "Na Nge" "Pa Sout" "Pha Oo Htote" "Ba Htet Chike" "Ba Gone" "Ma" "Ya Pa Lat" "Ya Gout" "La" "Wa" "Tha" "Ha" "La Gyi" "Ah" '0' '1' '2' '3' '4' '5' '6' '7' '8' '9' "10"]. The symbols are recorded as gestures of palm by the MIIT research team and recorded audio file also for each number and alphabet. The symbolic representations of the characters were verified with the help of a school in Mandalay running for deaf and dumb people. Deaf charity Mandalay Myanmar helps in collecting database and other gestures were recorded. All 33 alphabets (from ‘Ka’ to ‘Ah’) and 11 numbers (‘0’ to ‘10’) are created and recorded as images. We also created sound or audio files for all these data with the help of Google Translate Text to Speak (TTS) assistant.  Then, some preprocessing was applied to resize and reformat the images.