New iPad Book Features Sign Language for Deaf Children

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By Maura on Aug 20, 2010 at 10:22 AM
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    A new iPad version of the popular children’s book Danny the Dragon Meets Jimmy has just been released by publishers iStoryTime, complete with a very interesting innovation built in, according to the New York Times’ Gadgetwise blog. The book app comes in three different versions – one that a child can read to itself, one that can be read to it, and one that also features a QuickTime video of a woman signing out the words of the story for deaf children. The video is viewed in a window to the side of the book view, which has been slightly reduced to accommodate the extra video insert. You can get an idea of how its done in the picture above.

    Sounds like a really great idea, and yet another example of how the iPad’s technology can be used to help people as well as to provide entertainment. It could also be an excellent way to familiarise your children with sign language, even if they’re not deaf.

    Danny the Dragon Meets Jimmy is available to download now from the iPad App Store for $2.99/£1.79.

    Source: New York Times
     
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