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Real-time live captioning software for over 140+ languages and dialects, compatible with the latest generation of smart glasses.
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Frequently asked questions
Your questions about live captioning, answered.
What is live captioning?
Live captioning, also known as real-time captions, refer to the process of transcribing spoken words into written text during a live event. This immediate transcription facilitates greater accessibility as it assists those who are deaf, hard of hearing, or non-native speakers to comprehend the spoken content. The main goal of live captioning is to foster inclusive communication by breaking down language barriers.
What is closed captioning software?
Closed captioning software is a tool that converts live audio content into text, providing a written version of what’s being spoken at events, performances, or in videos or audio tracks. This software is a powerful asset for making events accessible to everyone, including those with hearing impairments.
Closed captions not only transcribe spoken words but may also include non-verbal information like speaker identification, offering a complete experience for viewers.
How do closed captioning glasses work?
Closed captioning glasses are state-of-the-art devices that visually present real-time captions directly to the wearer’s field of vision. They integrate technology such as Augmented Reality (AR) to relay textual dialogues, offering a personalized viewing experience for individuals with hearing difficulties.
This technological evolution fuels inclusion, and enables the wearer to enjoy outdoor performances, movies, and many other events without disrupting the viewing experience of others.