Two students from the University of Washington, Navid Azodi and Thomas Pryor, have created lightweight gloves that can translate sign language instantly.
The SignAloud glove prototype recognizes hand gesture and placements matching them to the correct American Sign Language word or phrase. Sensors throughout the glove pick up the placement and motion data of the hands which is sent to a computer via Bluetooth. The computer analyzes the data, searching for a correlation in its database, and if it recognizes a gesture, then the ASL translation is played through a speaker. This student project has since won the Lemelson-MIT Undergraduate Student Prize and $10,000.
Today I have the pleasure of talking to an author who wrote a LitRPG series from a different perspective. He’s the author of the Last Horizon books, and the Alpha World series. Forming the Company (Alpha World Book 2) should be out by the time people are listening/watching this.
Also the audiobook for Last Horizon: Beta: Last Horizon Series, Book 1
Welcome to the podcast, Daniel Schinhofen.
Welcome everyone. I’m Ramon Mejia from the LitRPG Podcast. Today I have the pleasure of interviewing the author of one of my favorite LitRPG series, Lion’s Quest. He’s a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author. He’s written 19 novels and is still going strong.
His work has been described by his readers as: Awesome, Great Reads, Amazing stories, and True Literary Art.
Welcome to the show, Michael-Scott Earle.
I’m Ramon Mejia and this week we a very special episode for you. We’ll be playing the very first game of LitRPG Author Showdown! This week we have Vasily Mahanenko versus Aleron Kong.
Congratulations on your wonderfully successful 2nd novel. You hit #47 on the Amazon paid store, #1 six separate categories: Kindle Store - Coming of Age, Books -Coming of Age, and Epic Fantasy
Welcome everyone, I’m Ramon Mejia from the LitRPG Podcast. Today I’ll be speaking with the audiobook narrator for Adventures on Terra: Book 1 - Beginnings. The woman of a thousand voices, Jill Smith.
This week I had the opportunity to speak with a man known in the LitRPG world as the MC LitRPG, and the audiobook artist supreme, Jeff Hays. Jeff Hays has narrated over 60 books on Audible and is looking to be the 'go to' guy for LitRPG Audiobooks narration.
Welcome everyone. I’m Ramon Mejia from the LitRPG Podcast.
Today I’ll be talking to G. Akella, the author of the Realm of Arkon series (http://amzn.to/2kSYG44 ). The series is widely popular in Russia. It has also been translated into English and has had great success here, with both e-book and audiobook editions of the first two novels. Book 4, Shadows of the Great Forest, will be available on March 17th on Amazon.
His friend and fellow LitRPG writer Andrey Vasilyev will have his novel available in English on Feb. 14th. The series is called Fayroll, the first book More Than a Game.
Today I have the pleasure of talking to author of the best selling Chaos Seeds series. He’s here to talk about book 6, The Land: Raiders.
Please welcome best selling author Aleron Kong, the father of American LitRPG.
With me today is the author of one of first LitRPG dungeon series on Amazon, the Slime dungeon chronicles series. It’s been called a “truly inspired work of pure genius” and “a great piece of LitRPG”.
Welcome, the man, the myth, the legend, Jeffrey "Falcon" Logue. Or Falcon to everyone.
Today I’m talking to the Dakota Krout, author of Dungeon Born (The Divine Dungeon Book 1). He’s here to talk about his upcoming novel Dungeon Madness, out Feb. 2017.