lip-reading


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lip-read

(lĭp′rēd′)
v. lip-read (-rĕd′), lip-read·ing, lip-reads
v.tr.
To interpret (utterances) by lip reading.
v.intr.
To interpret utterances by lip reading.
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lip-reading

n
(Medicine) a method used by deaf people to comprehend spoken words by interpreting movements of the speaker's lips. Also called: speech-reading
ˈlip-ˌreader n
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Translations

lip-reading

[ˈlɪpˌriːdɪŋ] Nlectura f de labios
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lip-reading

[ˈlɪpˌriːdɪŋ] nlettura delle labbra, labiolettura
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References in classic literature ?
Just as, with you, the deaf and dumb, if once allowed to gesticulate and to use the hand-alphabet, will never acquire the more difficult but far more valuable art of lipspeech and lip-reading, so it is with us as regards "Seeing" and "Feeling".
Charlotte even started primary school without the hearing loss being noticed, lip-reading in class.
However, Chelsea said: "The club took into account the denial made by the individual, as well as a range of other evidence, including video evidence and evidence from two lip-reading experts - both of whom advised that the individual had used words that are racially abusive."
The FA employed two lip-reading experts to watch slow-motion footage.
A specially designed software application for lip-reading was employed to help the subjects articulate words.
In the present study, using fMRI, we aimed to directly compare cross-modal activity and whole-brain functional connectivity in subjects when they were viewing a general stimulus (checkerboard) representing the bottom-up input from the visual cortex and language-related stimuli (words, sign language, and lip-reading) denoting the both bottom-up from visual regions and top-down signals from associative cortical areas.
NEW lip-reading technology could help solve crimes by deciphering what people caught on CCTV are saying, researchers claim.
Researchers add that the advantage of this method is that unlike iris and fingerprint scans, lip-reading doesn't require additional hardware as most devices come with inbuilt cameras these days.
Standard lip-reading software tracks lip twitches, tongue waggles and jaw motions as a person's mouth forms a word.
Group members will be able to share experiences and rebuild their confidence as well as benefit from speakers from relevant organisations, demonstrations of equipment and technology, taster sessions in lip-reading and many other activities.
News of the grant was welcomed by people at a lip-reading class at the centre.