Realtime Captioning Service
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The CapTel telephone is a captioned telephone for people with hearing disabilities. This phone is designed specifically to interact with the CapTel Captioning Service to display a realtime transcript of each conversation on a screen located just above the number key pad. Users who subscribe to the CapTel Captioning Service place each call in the same way as dialing a traditional phone. As the user dials an outgoing call, the phone automatically connects to the Captioning Service. When the other ...[More Information]
CapTel USB is a telephone caption display program that operates with the CapTel Telephone (see separate entry) to display realtime captioning on a computer monitor for individuals with hearing disabilities. This software enables people with low vision and hearing disabilities to view the captions that are originally displayed on the CapTel phone’s integrated small screen. When the CapTel telephone connects to a personal computer using a USB connection, the CapTel USB software displays the captio...[More Information]
IBM ViaScribe is captioning software for digital audio and video, designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard or hearing. This software creates a written transcript of existing audio or video content, and automatically captions live audio content as it occurs. It can be used in classrooms, business meetings, and other situations in which presentations are made. The speaker spends approximately an hour creating a voice profile that helps the program learn his or her particular speech pat...[More Information]
IP-Relay is a text telephone (TT) emulation program designed for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. It allows a person who cannot hear the incoming audio on a mobile phone to communicate with a hearing person by using the mobile phone as a text telephone. The user can use IP-Relay to place a call to a hearing person. The call is relayed through a certified IP-Relay operator. The user types his/her side of the conversation and the operator speaks that text to the call recipient. The call rec...[More Information]
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