To accommodate subtypes identified on the basis of sequence data alone, the scheme originally developed for MAb reactivity data (3) was modified so that VR
families and variants were assigned on the basis of amino acid sequence relationships rather than their reactivity with specific MAbs.
The FCC urged VRS
users to choose a default VRS
provider by March 31, 2009, but has allowed a three-month "permissive" calling period during which the VRS
user can still place calls.
Using modern videophone technology, with a television and a high-speed Internet connection, a deaf or hard of hearing user places a VRS
call by signing to a sign language interpreter, who then contacts the hearing user via a standard phone line and relays the conversation between the two parties.
enables deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals who use ASL to conduct conversations with hearing individuals in real time, using their native language.
In January 2007, Visioneer OneTouch and Kofax VRS
(Virtual ReScan([R])), two technologies that have shaped and influenced document imaging, came together to create Visioneer OneTouch with Kofax VRS
The Xerox DocuMate 752 and the DocuMate 752 with VRS
Professional will be unveiled at Visioneer's PartnerVision 2007 Conference, held this week in St.
The tight coupling of Kofax VRS
Technology with Visioneer OneTouch is a major breakthrough in the information capture and scanning markets because it will enable users of Visioneer and Xerox DocuMate scanners to automatically improve the quality of every image they scan," said Rob Klatell, chief executive officer of Kofax's parent company, DICOM Group.
These workshops are offered to community and Sorenson VRS
The proliferation of Sorenson VRS
Interpreting Centers is an indication of our company's commitment to the deaf community to provide access to professional VRS
interpreters," explained Chris Wakeland, vice president of interpreting for Sorenson Communications.
In reply comments filed in the Commissioner's TRS Rate Methodology proceeding, Sorenson Communications described the growing demand for ASL interpreters in all areasCofrom community agencies to schools to VRS
providers and beyond.
It is vital that the deaf community have increased access to VRS
so that deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals who use sign language to communicate can place phone calls to hearing individuals and vice versa," said Pat Nola, president and CEO of Sorenson Communications.
When I sign to the Sorenson VRS
interpreter using my VP-200 videophone, it is hard to believe how easy it is to read finger spelling and see the facial expressions so clearly.