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The MAC Lab's primary goal is to improve the lives of deaf and hard of hearing individuals through groundbreaking research and technological innovation. We focus on developing accessible communication platforms, assistive technologies, and sign language recognition systems that cater to the unique needs of our community while promoting social inclusion and independence.
Our research projects involve a multidisciplinary team of experts in fields such as linguistics, computer science, engineering, and deaf education. We also collaborate with external partners, including academic institutions, tech companies, and organizations that serve the deaf and hard of hearing community.
Yes, we often seek participants for our research studies to help us gather valuable insights and improve the effectiveness of our solutions. If you are interested in participating, please visit the "research" section of our website to learn about ongoing projects and find out if you are eligible to participate.
To stay informed about our latest research projects, events, and breakthroughs, we encourage you to visit our "Blog" page regularly. Here, you'll find in-depth articles and updates on our work. Additionally, you can sign up for our newsletter via the "Contact Us" section and follow us on social media platforms for timely announcements and news.
Gallaudet University Washington, D.C.
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Kraus, K., & Gagne, D. (2021)
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