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Marginalized communities like deaf-blind people are excluded from several forms of communication. This paper introduces a novel system of interaction to support deafblind people's communication and therefore enhance their independence. We introduce the Mobile Lorm Glove: a mobile communication and translation device for the deafblind. The glove translates the hand-touch alphabet Lorm, a common form of communication used by people with both hearing and sight impairment, into text and vice versa.doi:10.1145/2148131.2148159 dblp:conf/tei/GollnerBJ12 fatcat:rbvofrex25embgjh4wimq4k3ue