It is very good work.
It would be great if it can be used as an widespread accessibility
resource and developers could collaborate on its improvement.
Is the avatar animation system open-source or is there any other way
to access it besides the demo?

I wish it could run on Linux :)

I agree with Charles about the use of sign writing and not oral
writing systems to denote signs. Signwriting could be used to help the
sign animation.
I believe the user could use signwirintg symbols to define hand
configuration or facial expressions for example. Or to assing a
movement to the avatar...

congratulations for your work Mr. Jemni.
The paper describing your avatar animation system was cited on my
thesis and its very nice to see you on TED.

thank you

On Tue, Aug 7, 2012 at 5:50 AM, Mohamed JEMNI <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Dear friends and colleagues,
> I would very much appreciate if you could take 10 minutes of your time to
> view this TED video talk and post a comment about it in the "feedback box".
> Few words will be enough. (you need to create a log in).
> The team needs some support to take it to the next stage; so please share it
> with your friends and colleagues:
> Thank you,
> Mohamed JEMNI
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> Prof. Mohamed JEMNI
> Head of Research Laboratory LaTICE
> General Director of Computing Center Al Khawarizmi
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Ronnie Fagundes de Brito
Florianópolis - SC - Brasil