2016 Young Laureate, Applied TechnologyJapan, Born 1987
Young Laureate Junto Ohki in his office.
Photo: © Rolex/Hideki Shiozawa
Junto Ohki, Young Laureate and President of ShuR, at his office in Tokyo.
Young Laureate Junto Ohki displays signs on a computer tablet.
Junto Ohki demonstrates sign language.
An interpreter at work using video chat at ShuR’s office in Tokyo.
Sign language dictionaries in English, Korean, Chinese and Japanese.
Sign language interpretation using SLinto on a computer screen.
SLinto users select fingers and positions to form words.
Deaf people can communicate via sign languages that use both hand movements and facial expressions.
Deaf people can communicate via sign language that uses both hand movements and facial expressions.
Young Laureate Junto Ohki demonstrates how SLinto works.
Young Laureate Junto Ohki with a sign language interpreter at the ShuR office in Tokyo.
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