Video: Watch This Interpreter Explain Real-Time Translation
Over the years, you’ve seen captions on public television, in movies and in most theaters. Communicati0n Access Real-Time Translational (CART) works in a similar way, transcribing and translating spoken text and sound into words.
CART uses a computer and software to display everything that is being said, word for word on a television or projector. You have probably seen CART services in action!
CART services are used for meetings, conferences, court reporting and live broadcasting. The text appears in real-time while the words are spoken or displayed. Today, CART can be displayed on a laptop, tablet or mobile device.
Since technology is always advancing, CART can be streamed to an Internet browser as well sign language interpreting and Communication Access Real-Time Translation. Look at this video from Wired.com, a video from 2019 with featured interpreter, Barry Slaughter Olsen, a conference interpreter.
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