Very few are aware of the fact that a Brazilian application has been elected by the UN as the best in the world in the social inclusion segment. The application in question is Hand Talk, which translates Portuguese content to Libras, or Brazilian Sign Language, converting content in text and voice into sign language for the deaf in real time. Providing assistance in this process is the affable Hugo, a 3D virtual interpreter that makes the use of the solution interactive and easy to understand. Hand Talk was recently released in a free version for download in the Apple Store and for the Android system.
Watch this video for a demonstration on how Hand Talk works or visit the official app website at http://www.handtalk.me.