Google Sign Language Reader Wins at Future Lions

Movements Are Translated into Words

Published on Jun 17, 2014

Editor's Pick

The Berghs School of Communication won big at AKQA's Future Lions in Cannes this year. Amongst its many shortlisted students were winners David Svedenström and Ludwig Hallstensson. The duo introduced "Google Gesture," which uses electromyography to measure muscles movement while communicating in sign language. it then translates the gestures into words.

To see the other winners and learn more about this year's AKQA's Future Lions read the story on

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Jun 17, 2014

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