Thursday, July 17, 2008

Viable Vision for Deaf

Viable provides next-generation video relay services for deaf and hard of hearing persons that can be accessed wherever there is Internet or wireless connectivity, opening them to a world of communication possibilities. Further information is available at www.viable.net.

Do you know about Viable? Viable, a private, deaf-owned company, was formed with a singular goal: to improve the quality of life for all deaf and hard of hearing people by providing the highest quality and cutting edge solutions in visual communication.








Viable Vision

The most advanced soft phone currently on the market and the only one to offer DVR capability and screen-viewing.

Your PC turns into a powerful videophone! No other free software gives you two-way DVR and screen-viewing capabilities.
  • Easy to download, automatically traverses most firewalls
  • For PC only; use XMeeting if you have a Mac
  • High-speed Internet and webcam required
Their latest innovation is Viable Vision, a soft phone you can download here from our website for FREE!


Viable Vision works to open new avenues of communication for deaf and the hard of hearing people through its video relay services. This can be accessed using the Internet at home, or via wireless connectivity from other locations.. I think that it can used because the deaf community can chat with another friend in the sign language through the webcam. It also required the high-speed Internet, webcam and videophones--> so you can continue to call the same people you love talking with.

If you want to know how to use it, please see the Viable Vision's tour.

What are you thinking after you use it?
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