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REU AICT Posters and Papers
00:00:00.060 0.06 00:00:03.780 3.78 00:00:03.720 3.72 Fading from black to a gray screen with black dots: “Gallaudet University” and “REU 2023”
00:00:03.870 3.87 00:00:07.520 7.52 00:00:03.650 3.65 Zooming out from a white board: “Welcome to the REU AICT” (blue) “Poster Presentations” (green). Photo shows all posters in the room with arrows pointing to different parts of the image connected to titles of the posters and the student names.
00:00:07.620 7.62 00:00:12.670 12.67 00:00:05.050 5.05 Raja and Christian are addressing the REU students and waving their hands congratulatorily. The camera pans around the room and shows the students waving their hands in the air.
00:00:12.730 12.73 00:00:26.976 26.976 00:00:14.246 14.246 Raja is standing in front of the white board with the welcome message. He is signing in ASL.
00:00:27.279 27.279 00:00:47.870 47.87 00:00:20.591 20.591 Alison is standing by the white board with the welcome message. She is signing in ASL.
00:00:48.169 48.169 00:01:17.135 77.135 00:00:28.966 28.966 Si Chen with ASL interpreter Stephanie by the white board with the welcome message. Chi Chen is speaking in English and Stephanie is signing in ASL.
00:01:17.394 77.394 00:01:44.179 104.179 00:00:26.785 26.785 Bernard by the white board with the welcome message. He is signing in ASL.
00:01:45.805 105.805 00:01:55.334 115.334 00:00:09.529 9.529 Sped up vertical video of all of the posters in the room
00:01:55.554 115.554 00:02:09.751 129.751 00:00:14.197 14.197 Two students – Melanie and Richard are by their poster. Video zooms in to see the poster and then out to see the students signing in ASL. Freeze frame shows “The Accessibility of Interactive Personal Assistants for People Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing” Melanie Miga, University of Connecticut; Richard Taulbee, Gallaudet University Mentor: PI – Dr. Christian Vogler, Raja Kushalnagar, Gallaudet University Graduate Research Assistants: Nan Tran, Alison Nana Staff Research Assistant: Pranav Pidathala.
00:02:09.868 129.868 00:02:23.494 143.494 00:00:13.626 13.626 One student – Minchan is by the poster – video zooms to see the poster and then out to see the student signing in ASL. Freeze frame has poster title and author information next to Gallaudet and NSF logos – “Caption Content Customization” Kafayat Alabi & Minchan Kim Mentors: Christian Vogler & Abraham Glasser Graduate Research Assistants: Bernard Thompson Staff Research Assistant: Mariana Arroyo Chavez.
00:02:23.641 143.641 00:02:39.393 159.393 00:00:15.752 15.752 Two students – Sonya and Stephanie are standing by their poster – first we zoom in to see the poster and then out to see the students signing in ASL. There is a freeze frame when zooming into the poster title and author information next to Gallaudet and NSF logos –
00:02:40.048 160.048 00:02:53.405 173.405 00:00:13.357 13.357 Two students – Molly and Stephanie are standing by their poster – first we zoom in to see the poster and then out to see the students signing in ASL. Freeze frame shows the poster title and author information next to Gallaudet and NSF logos –
00:02:53.582 173.582 00:03:11.260 191.26 00:00:17.678 17.678 Two students – Hannah and Richard are standing by their poster – first we zoom in to see the poster and then out to see the students signing in ASL. Freeze frame shows the poster title and author information next to Gallaudet and NSF logos –
00:03:11.260 191.26 00:03:27.370 207.37 00:00:16.110 16.11 Two students – Muhammed and Andrew are standing by their poster – first we zoom in to see the poster and then out to see the students signing in ASL. Freeze frame shows the poster title and author information next to Gallaudet and NSF logos –
00:03:27.370 207.37 00:03:44.170 224.17 00:00:16.800 16.8 Two students – Sahej and David are standing by their poster and a TV screen- first we zoom in to see the poster/video screen showing animation and then out to see the students signing in ASL. There is a freeze frame when zooming into the poster title and author information next to Gallaudet and NSF logos –
00:03:44.420 224.42 00:03:56.000 236.0 00:00:11.580 11.58 Julie is standing in front of the white board signing in ASL.
00:03:56.000 236.0 00:04:06.530 246.53 00:00:10.530 10.53 Raja and Christian are standing in front of the white board signing in ASL. They then wave their hands and the camera pans around the room to show the rest of the students doing the same.
00:04:06.660 246.66 00:04:10.620 250.62 00:00:03.960 3.96 Fading from black to a gray screen with black dots and white text appears “Gallaudet University” in small text above a line and larger text “REU 2023” Gratitude to Stephanie Palmer for the English interpretation. Julie A. Hochgesang filmed and edited this content.
List of REU AICT Posters and Presentations
Motivated Look at Indicating Verbs in ASL
Live Captions in Virtual Reality
ASL Consent in the Digital Informed Consent Process
Development of a Metric for Assistive Technology Evaluation
Caption Metrics Evaluation with Weighted Word Error Rates
Closed Interpreting Accessibility
Mutual Caption Access of Hearing Speakers’ Speech in
One-on-one Voice Calls
Captions UI/UX – Displaying Emotive
& Paralingustic information in Captions
Web Real Time Communication & Real Time Text
Impact of Punctuation Quality on User
Experience in Closed Captioning
Effect of Speech Speed and Caption Width on
Deaf and Hard of Hearing User Experience for Live TV
Comparison of Speaker Cues for Deaf Viewers in Virtual Reality
Analysis of Difficulties and Needs Concerning Users of Hearing Assistive Technology
Making Interactive Personal Assistants for the Home Accessible to Deaf and Hard of
STT Studying the Impact of Captioning Delays on
Impact of Wideband and Narrowband
Audio on Phone Conversations by
Accessibility of voice-activated agents
for people who are deaf or hard of hearing
Multimodal Visual Languages
User Interface (M3UI)
Use of Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR)
Captioning on Video Relay Service (VRS)
Animating 3D Skeleton From Kinect XML Database
Correction of Speech Recognition Errors by Users of Group
The Effects of Using Automatic Speech
Recognition on Speaking Behavior
Predicting ASL Signs Using Hand Positions
Smart Glasses for Classroom Accessibility for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students
User Experiences with Automatic Speech Recognition
Fixation Patterns of Deaf and Hard of Hearing While Viewing Captioning
Generated by Automatic Speech Recognition
Automatic Speech Recognition: Relationship between Text Readability and Word Error Rate
Hearing People in Caption Markup
Distribution of Sign Location in ASL
Using Social Network Sites for Health-Related Purposes: Comparison of Deaf and Hearing Users
Tracked Captioning for the Hard-of-Hearing: Determining Optimal
Accessibility with Listener’s Fatigue
Tracked Captioning: Improving Engagement for Deaf
Audiences During Live Discussions
Usability Testing of ASR App
Web Accessibility for Deaf Senior Citizens
Analysis of Tracked Interpreter Display
Audio Cues in a Visual Programming Environment
Automatic Segmentation of Captions
Introducing Closed ASL Interpreting with Online Videos
Real-Time Tracking Display
Reforming Video Relay Service:
A Focus on the Development of Video Relay Prototypes
Potential Utilization of the Smart Glasses As a Vehicle of Accessibility In College Classrooms
Using the Kinect to classify signs by movement
AVD-LV: An Accessible Player for Captioned STEM Videos
Accessible Views – Low Vision: Classroom View Management for Low Vision Students
AVD-YouTube: An Accessible Player for Captioned STEM Videos
Optimal Classroom Views for Deaf Students
Accessible Views: Optimal Views
Accessible Information and Communications Technologies
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