[Athen] Google Glass Captioning
jondm at uw.edu
Mon May 19 13:23:10 PDT 2014
Thank you Alexa,
I probably didn't provide quite enough information in my first email. We've got a couple CART providers who wear harnesses to strap on their steno machines, and can walk and type. This study abroad is going to consists of about a dozen sessions that will be two hour walks around London and our CART provider will accompany the student on these sessions. They should be close enough to each other, that I think Bluetooth will work. That's why I'm mostly concerned mostly about the reception of captions. I appreciate your ideas.
Thanks so much,
I might be missing something, but even before you think about making the receipt of captions mobile (you could do that with a phone, phablet or tablet, not just google glass), the real question is how will you make the production of captions mobile? Unless something's changed, captionists still need to use those special phonetic keyboards on little stands....
On Mon, May 19, 2014 at 11:35 AM, Jon McGough <jondm at uw.edu<mailto:jondm at uw.edu>> wrote:
> Hello all,
> We?ve got a student and a real time captioner going on a study abroad
> that will have them hiking all a European city. We?re looking for a
> Bluetooth solution for a realtime captioner to send captions to Google
> glasses or the like. Has anybody successful pulled something like
> this off? I would appreciate any feedback you have.
> Thanks so much!
> Jon McGough
> Assistant Director, Disability Resources for Students
> University of Washington <http://depts.washington.edu/uwdrs/>
> phone: 206.221.8543
> fax: 206.616.8379
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