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Deaf, blind promised a better film experience

Theater chains add captions, narration

New technology allows the deaf to read captions projected onto a reflecting device they can screw into a cup holder. New technology allows the deaf to read captions projected onto a reflecting device they can screw into a cup holder. (Wgbh)
By David Abel
Globe Staff / July 30, 2010

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Josh Pearson, who has been blind since shortly after he was born, has always loved going to the movies. (Full article: 912 words)

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