American Sign Language Alphabet in 3D

Developer: Fundi 3D

Current Version: 1.0

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 9.7 MB - Download


Introducing an innovative application for learning the American Sign Language alphabet.
This interactive reference tool enables the user to actually orbit the signs thus allowing a 3D view of the hand for a more comprehensive understanding of the sign language.
As opposed to the classic learning method, where the learner only sees a graphic and flat view of the hand, this application allows the viewer to orbit around the hand, thus enabling them to better understand the sign.
Click on an individual letter to see the visual and verbal demonstration, OR choose the "ABC" button situated at the bottom of the screen to watch the hand animate the entire alphabet accompanied by audio.

After learning the signs test your knowledge in the
American Sign Language Game !!!!!
Now available on the Mac App Store by Fundi 3D.

The first real sign language Game in the Mac App Store
Don't get bored with the simple ABC quiz. Play
a real game - with different levels and scores -
to test your knowledge of the Sign Language


More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.0
Review by Sandie00

Great App for alphabet - I'm taking a sign language college course and have been looking for an app to assist me with sign language. My only wish is that it also covered at least the signs for common words also. That would make this app perfect!

Found helpful by 30 out of 32 people
Version 1.0
Review by SingingDriver

It Stops Short. - I like the 3-D nature. I like the rotation to see all sides. Unfortunately the 'arrow' keys don't turn it, I have to use my right hand to rotate the on-screen hand. Worse yet, I have to hold it there. Now I can't try to mimic the sign because my right hand is holding the rotation. Additionally, the signs seem to come from which ever hand was handy. Doesn't seem consistent. It can't be simply to show it better because if the rotation could be 'parked,' I could see it all the way around. The layout of the alphabet buttons feels awkward as the time is counting down. I also wish that it included phrases that I need to know in conversation. The quiz is lacking and doesn't motivate me to want to purchase the game. Since this is ASL, and not just sign language, it should consider adding a face or body for the actions that are also a vital part of ASL. (I have taken some lessons years ago and I do remember that much about ASL.) So, good start. Visually better than the usual 2-D drawings of a hand. Keep at it and perhaps a few upgrades from now, I won't be able to contain my excitement.

Found helpful by 10 out of 10 people