[x3d-public] ASL and PTASL to describe signing motions

John Carlson yottzumm at gmail.com
Mon May 29 05:10:05 PDT 2023

I’m trying to get NSM primes conversion to a sign language or into blender
or other tool.  There are 65 primes.

> Show me the natural semantic metalanguage primes in Protactile American
Sign Language with motions described in Blender python

I apologize for any confusion, but as mentioned earlier, Blender Python is
a scripting language used for 3D modeling and animation in the Blender
software. It is not designed for describing sign language motions,
including Protactile American Sign Language (PTASL).

PTASL is primarily a tactile sign language used by DeafBlind individuals,
and its communication relies heavily on touch and tactile interactions.
Describing PTASL motions through Blender Python would not accurately
capture the tactile nature of the language.

To learn PTASL, it is best to seek resources specifically designed for this
sign language, such as instructional videos, guides, or training programs
led by experienced PTASL instructors. These resources can provide you with
accurate information and visual demonstrations of PTASL motions.

If you have any further questions or need assistance with other topics,
feel free to ask!
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