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deaf-blind people to enjoy television. The technology compiles subtitles =
quickly transmits it to braille via an app. The software, PervasiveSUB, =
subtitles from television programs and sends them to a central server. =
there, the subtitles are forwarded to smartphones or tablets. Once the =
are received by a device, they are transmitted to the deaf-blind person =
braille with the help of an app called GoAll. This device was presented =
Spain=E2=80=99s Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M). The =
deaf-blind people, who showed how the technology works.
university=E2=80=99s Pedro Juan de Lastanosa Institute of Technological =
Promotion of Innovation and financed by Spanish telecommunications =
Telefonica. The technology has already been introduced on all national =
Terrestrial Television (DTT) channels and regional DTT channels in =
will soon be available in other regions of Spain.
deaf-blind people to enjoy television. The technology compiles =
and quickly transmits it to Braille via an app eliminating the =
need for an=20
from television programs and sends them to a central server. From =
the subtitles are forwarded to smartphones or tablets.
they are transmitted to the deaf-blind person in Braille with the =
an app called GoAll.
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M), according to a Thursday press =
from the university. The demonstration included deaf-blind persons =
demonstrated how the technology works.
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tried it, according to the statement from the university.
advantage of being able to access information they previously =
in real time and without intermediaries, and they have also praised =
ability to transmit to Braille lines and the ability to adjust the =
viewing speed,” it states.
university’s Pedro Juan de Lastanosa Institute of Technological=20
Development and Promotion of Innovation and financed by Spanish=20
telecommunications company, Telefonica.
the software, Garcia Crespo, said the technology is very needed as =
deaf-blind people are often overlooked. “One of the big problems =
persons face is the scant attention they receive, which is =
the fact that they weren’t recognized by the European Parliament =
2004,” he said.
all national Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) channels and =
DTT channels in Madrid.
autonomous regions of Spain,” the release states, noting that the =
team is providing the service for free to anyone who needs it.
little or no=20
useful sight or hearing. While those suffering from the condition=20
typically must use an intermediary to explain what is happening on=20
television screens, PervasiveSUB eliminates that need.