Thread Subject: Re: Braille Displays
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From: Brett, Thomas F
Date: Thu, Nov 16 2006 9:35 AM
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>>We can certainly make the recommendation that transcript versions of
>>captions and descriptions are always available.
I would think that a Deaf/Blind person should be able to access the
captioning in a real time mode.
Section 508 Coordinator
US Office of Personnel Management
Disabled does not mean Unable
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Subject: Re: [teitac-video] Braille Displays
Andrew Kirkpatrick wrote:
"> Shouldn't there be a provision to insure that this information is
> available to the Deaf/Blind thru Braille Display?
We can certainly make the recommendation that transcript versions of
captions and descriptions are always available. That is not part of the
current standard, but we should raise it.
Do you want to add your comment to the wiki?
I agree that this is a good idea, it just changes the 1194.31 functional
requirements. Someone should bring that up, or we should cross talk
with that group on this topic.
Allen Hoffman -- 202-447-0303
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