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Hi Val and all..

My aplologies.
The link has now changed to
http://www.cs.uwc.ac.za/~kmoemedi/index.php?phaseno=1&pageno=1

Thank you all!
Kate


On Wed, Apr 21, 2010 at 5:53 PM, Valerie Sutton <[log in to unmask]>wrote:

> SignWriting List
> April 21, 2010
>
> Hello Kate from South Africa!
> Thank you for this message, and for your hard work, using SignWriting to
> make an Avatar move...it is impressive work.
>
> I hope List members who know ASL signs will test the Avatar software and
> give Kate feedback. I will be one of the testers...
>
> Soooo...Kate....I went to:
>
> http://172.16.39.29/index.php?phaseno=1&pageno=1
>
> and my Firefox tried to load the web page. But the connection timed out. So
> I tried other browsers, and they timed out too...
>
> So I am unable to access the site at this time...
>
> Maybe your site is just busy? I will try again later....
>
> Val ;-)
>
> -------------
>
>
> On Apr 21, 2010, at 8:31 AM, Kate wrote:
>
> > Hi Val and all
> >
> > I am trying to do a quick test to determine if people can understand the
> signs performed by my avatar.
> > I've generated 10 ASL Signs using my system.
> >
> > I would like to request for people that know/understand ASL and
> SignWriting to test my system.
> > The test involves each participant viewing 10 signs. For each sign, the
> person will be asked to
> > type what they think the sign they saw was. Thereafter, the same video
> will be replayed showing
> > what we supposed the sign was in English and in SignWriting. The person
> can compare the SignWriting
> > to the video and state, with comments, whether the video corresponds to
> the SignWriting shown.
> >
> > The following link starts the test:
> http://172.16.39.29/index.php?phaseno=1&pageno=1
> >
> > Kind regards,
> > Kate
> >
>
>