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The present project involved the development of a novel interactive speech training system based on virtual reality articulation and examination of the efficacy of the system for hearing impaired (HI) children. Twenty meaningful Mandarin words were presented to the HI children via a 3-D talking head during articulation training. Electromagnetic Articulography (EMA) and graphic transform technology were used to depict movements of various articulators. In addition, speech corpuses were organizeddoi:10.1109/icinfa.2013.6720294 dblp:conf/icinfa/LiuYWWN13 fatcat:4a4zvafrwfhqbeeqhovaw3kmfu