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= JASigning =
 
= JASigning =
JASigning is our virtual signing system that sythesises natural sign language performance using virtual human characters. JASigning supersedes the earlier SiGMLSigning system developed during the [[ViSiCAST]] and [[eSIGN]] projects.
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JASigning is a virtual signing system that sythesises natural sign language performance using virtual human characters. JASigning supersedes the earlier SiGMLSigning system developed during the [[ViSiCAST]] and [[eSIGN]] projects.
 
Further development took place  
 
Further development took place  
 
as part of our work on the [[Dicta-Sign]]
 
as part of our work on the [[Dicta-Sign]]
project. The original work was largely based on using Java JNLP apps for freestanding use and in web pages. More recent work for web pages is based on HTML5 using JavaScript and WebGL.
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The original work was largely based on using Java JNLP apps for freestanding use and in web pages. This system is deprecated because of lack of support for Java in modern browsers. More recent work in [[CWA Signing Avatars]], the current system, is based on HTML5 using JavaScript and WebGL.
  
 
Visit the [http://vhg.cmp.uea.ac.uk/tech/jas/std/ JASigning Current Release] page for links to download applications and view example web pages using virtual signing. JASigning is subject to [[JASigning Conditions|Conditions of Use]].
 
Visit the [http://vhg.cmp.uea.ac.uk/tech/jas/std/ JASigning Current Release] page for links to download applications and view example web pages using virtual signing. JASigning is subject to [[JASigning Conditions|Conditions of Use]].

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JASigning

JASigning is a virtual signing system that sythesises natural sign language performance using virtual human characters. JASigning supersedes the earlier SiGMLSigning system developed during the ViSiCAST and eSIGN projects. Further development took place as part of our work on the Dicta-Sign project.

The original work was largely based on using Java JNLP apps for freestanding use and in web pages. This system is deprecated because of lack of support for Java in modern browsers. More recent work in CWA Signing Avatars, the current system, is based on HTML5 using JavaScript and WebGL.

Visit the JASigning Current Release page for links to download applications and view example web pages using virtual signing. JASigning is subject to Conditions of Use.

For details on particular releases of the software see JASigning Release Notes. Consult the JASigning Platform Issues page for notes on particular Operating System and Browser restrictions.

To report issues with JASigning, please use the Issue Reporting page.

JASigning Topics

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