Created by team NOVA on May 15, 2024

*Real-Time Translation Project for the Promotion of African Culture and the Inclusion of Hearing Impaired and Blind People* ### Context and Objectives Africa, rich in linguistic and cultural diversity, faces challenges in interlingual communication and inclusion of people with disabilities. Our project aims to solve these problems by developing a real-time translation system. This system will facilitate exchanges between speakers of different African languages and allow hearing-impaired or blind people to communicate effectively in their local languages. ### Main Features #### Real-Time Voice Translation The system instantly captures and translates a user's speech into the speaker's language. #### Written Translation and Speech Synthesis Speech is converted to text and then translated into the target language. This text is then read aloud. #### Translation of Gestures into Sign Language Using cameras and computer vision algorithms, sign language gestures are interpreted, translated into text, and then into audio. ### Benefits and Impact Our system: - *Facilitates communication*: It eliminates language barriers, promoting intercultural exchanges in Africa. - *Includes disabled people*: It allows the hearing impaired and blind to communicate effectively. - *Promotes African culture*: It preserves and promotes local languages and cultural traditions. ### Conclusion This real-time translation project will strengthen social and cultural ties in Africa and ensure the inclusion of all, regardless of linguistic or sensory abilities. By promoting exchanges and promoting cultural diversity, our system will contribute to a more inclusive and connected future for the African continent.

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