A word from the creators
I really hope that our final product will be able to help and reach a large group of people.
This project is a perfect opportunity for me to apply my engineering knowledge and skills in a practical way for the community.
Since the start of Project Aslan in 2014, I truly believed in the potential of using a humanoid robot for translating spoken language in sign language and vice versa. Today’s technology should be used as much as possible to assist people in their daily living. That’s why we strive for a user-friendly solution that is affordable and accessible by the people who need it.
October 2017 – The entire website for Project Aslan will get a complete make-over during the next month! The currently three years old website is in desperate need of a thorough update, which gives us the opportunity to add a lot more content.
September 2017 – During the months of August and September of this year, Aslan has got international media coverage by Arduino, Tabi Labo, IEEE spectrum, amongst others! In Belgium, Aslan got covered by De Tijd, Radio 2 Antwerpen and De Gazet van Antwerpen. All these articles and the reactions we received on them illustrate the […]
March 2017 – Harrie Aerts wins the prize for the best poster during the Alumni and Career Event at the University of Antwerp with his poster on the design and development of a thumb for the Aslan robot.