Our patented technology allows students to receive live sign language interpreting overlaid on top of the classroom environment through a pair of smart glasses.Learn More
We give you an entire software suite that works seamlessly with the glasses. It lets administrators manage students & interpreters. Students can re-watch every lecture w/ interpreting overlayed, make their own timestamped notes, and bookmark important parts of the lecture.Request Demo
For the first time deaf students will be able to review lectures and classes after the fact. All classes using our system are recorded, and can be played back with sign language interpreting. With a single click deaf students can bookmark parts of the lecture to review later.
There is no complex setup or equipment needed for classrooms to support SignGlasses. All that it requires is an internet connection, the student’s laptop, and clip-on mic for the professor. Mic and glasses are provided by us.
In our talks with various professors we find that they are very willing to have lectures recorded to help students with disabilities. These recording are not publicly available, and only the enrolled deaf student will have access to them. After explaining this, we haven’t run into any objections.
Because each school has vastly different needs let’s jump on a call to talk through your school/district’s needs. However, many schools find that we are able to dramatically cut costs by helping them avoid interpreter travel costs. Fill out the form to the right to setup a call & demo.
We provide each deaf student with a pair of smart glasses, and a clip-on mic to give to their professor at the beginning of each class. It also comes with unlimited software licenses for admins, interpreters, and students. The software is just accessed through a browser by logging in.
The most common reaction we get when students put on the glasses is amazement. This is really what they’ve been waiting for in their educational journey — more accessible options. The platform offers so many additional features that they’re excited to work with their in-person interpreter on a whole new collaborative level.