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Deaf Moviegoers In Glasses With Captioning

WATCH [CC] - Many people go to the movies for the special effects and dialogue. But what if you were Deaf.

SACRAMENTO, CA -- Regal Entertainment Group has introduced glasses developed by Sony for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing with closed captioning at the bottom that sync to the sound of the movie you’re watching.

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Lois Diamond and Linda Cook are two of 38 million Deaf, or hearing impaired people. Lois likes the glasses, she says any new technology is wonderful.

Regal theaters purchased them for about six thousand theaters nationwide, including Sacramento. Lois said before visual aids like it, she wouldn’t go to the movies much.

Regal invested more than $10 million dollars into the glasses. Each one is about $1,750. They’re free for customers though. Lois thinks Regal’s glasses are a step forward, but not perfect.

She says she noticed the captions appeared at the top of the screens, and didn’t like that... Read The Full Story.

Related: Sony New Subtitle Glasses For Deaf Moviegoers
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