More than 6,000 Regal cinema screens are about to become a lot friendlier to deaf and hearing-impaired moviegoers with the introduction of special closed-captioning glasses made by Sony.
Users now can embed closed captions that show up as semitransparent overlays in videos. No word yet, though, on a mobile version.
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YouTube is making its auto-captioning technology available to everyone in the hopes of making closed captions an option for all users.
Google's video-sharing site makes closed captions in other languages a little more useful with drop-down menu support for on-the-fly translation using Google Translate.