Sign Language for Everyone
Our state-of-the-art computer lab includes automated recognition technology unique to SignAll, making us the only company in the world that has digitized American Sign Language (ASL) teaching and learning.
Uses 3D camera imaging and one-of-a-kind sign recognition technology to optimize learning outcomes.
Fits in a wide range of settings, such as high schools, universities, libraries, community centers, or office spaces.
Allows for selective learning options for vocabulary, numbers, and fingerspelling, including sign variations to support regional needs.
Easy to Use
Provides students immediate feedback and gives teachers actionable data for tailoring instruction to meet individual needs.
Enables users to learn need-based sign language, from school curriculums to workplace specific words and phrases
Applies intuitive design and tried-and-tested methodology to meet the needs of any learner aged 13 and up.
Our large library of bite-sized lessons is intended for students in levels ASL 1 and ASL 2. Lessons include numbers, fingerspelling, vocabulary, and more.
One of the largest libraries of bite-sized lessons for ASL 1 and 2 learners. Lessons include numbers, fingerspelling, vocabulary, phrases, and more for countless hours of high-quality learning.
Various types of exercises allow students to improve their expressive and receptive and language skills. Give them tools and confidence they need to excel in and out of the classroom.
Learn in a fun way with games
Gamified learning motivates students and keeps lessons fun. Earn badges for completing games, finishing lessons, or simply using the lab! Engaging content leads to greater learning outcomes.
Our custom-built workstations utilize 3D cameras and specialized gloves to track handshapes, body movement, and facial expressions.
Standalone Computer Booth
This compact, single-computer workstation, set up by our installation specialists, includes all the equipment depicted above and is calibrated to work in many different environments.
3D Cameras and Imaging
The combination of motion sensors and depth cameras allows machine vision to recognize and model individual movements so users can learn, practice, and correct their sign language.
Specially designed gloves utilize vibrant colors and patterns that enable our sign recognition technology to track and distinguish fingershapes down to the finest movements and details.