Park Plaza Cinemas employee Genesis Salcedo holds a pair of devices the movie house has installed for the benefit of its hearing impaired, visually impaired and deaf customers. In her left hand is a radio receiver and headphone set that amplifies the sound of a movie for the hard of hearing on one channel and on a second channel provides a spoken narrative of the film for blind moviegoers. In her right hand is a Captiview personal closed caption system for deaf customers. It attaches to a cup holder and provides captions on a louvered screen that only the moviegoer using it can see.
Park Plaza Cinemas employee Genesis Salcedo holds a pair of devices the movie house has installed for the benefit of its hearing impaired, visually impaired and deaf customers. In her left hand is a radio receiver and headphone set that amplifies the sound of a movie for the hard of hearing on one channel and on a second channel provides a spoken narrative of the film for blind moviegoers. In her right hand is a Captiview personal closed caption system for deaf customers. It attaches to a cup holder and provides captions on a louvered screen that only the moviegoer using it can see. Jay Karr
Park Plaza Cinemas employee Genesis Salcedo holds a pair of devices the movie house has installed for the benefit of its hearing impaired, visually impaired and deaf customers. In her left hand is a radio receiver and headphone set that amplifies the sound of a movie for the hard of hearing on one channel and on a second channel provides a spoken narrative of the film for blind moviegoers. In her right hand is a Captiview personal closed caption system for deaf customers. It attaches to a cup holder and provides captions on a louvered screen that only the moviegoer using it can see. Jay Karr

Beaufort County movie theater extras accommodate blind, deaf, hearing-impaired

August 02, 2013 4:37 PM