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US plexes adopt technology for blind, deaf patrons

A second multiplex theatre in California has installed Motion Picture Access - a new technology which enables blind, visually impaired, deaf and hard of hearing patrons to further enjoy the film. The technology - comprised of the DVS Theatrical and Rear Window Captioning systems - was developed by Boston-based Media Access Group at WGBH, a division of public broadcaster WGBH.Loews Cineplex Entertainment has installed the technology in its Universal City Cinemas; previously General ...

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