OmniBridge provides a solution to the communication gap by enabling bi-directional, real-time conversations between people who use American Sign Language (ASL) and those who speak English by harnessing the power of AI-driven machine translation technology.
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Latest updates from the OmniBridge team

Team Updates

Barrier Breakers: OmniBridge™ is one step closer to release!

Hello World! You are about to witness history in the making. Get ready because something extraordinary is on the horizon! OmniBridge™ is revolutionizing the world of ASL translation by paving the way for real-time communication without any special equipment, such as gloves. With the help

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Zoom adds sign language interpretation
Deaf Tech

Zoom Adds Sign Language Interpretation

Zoom is increasing it’s accessibility features by adding a dedicated sign-language interpretation view to their meeting and Webinar platform. Starting with the latest update, meeting hosts can now designate up to 20 human interpreters to to appear in a dedicated participant-controlled view.

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OmniBridge team members waving from the OmniBridge booth at Deaf Nation 2022
Recent Events

2022 DeafNation World Expo

Deaf Nation held its fourth World Expo in Las Vegas this summer with OmniBridge as one of the sponsors. It was a amazing event, and we were so excited to show off a sneak peak of our translation technology!

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Screen capture of Mariam Rahmani and Adam Munder communicating through OmniBridge's alpha product
Our Work

Sign Language Translation Challenges

Sign languages which are the primary languages of Deaf and Hard of Hearing are visual languages, expressed by hand and face movement. In recent times, interpreters have facilitated the communication between members of the Deaf and hearing communities. There are more than 7000 languages that

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Mariam Rahmani

Communicate Anytime, Anywhere

It was a Friday afternoon, and I was attending my American Sign Language (ASL) class with my wonderful, Deaf ASL teacher. She had taught us a lot about Deaf history, the culture, and her upbringing. To give us an example, she shared a story about

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