As Camfrog became popular with Deaf and Hard of Hearing users we added a Deaf video chat room list and Deaf features in our Camfrog Server software.
Did you know Camfrog has features built into its software just for deaf users?
A similar video interpreting service called video remote interpreting (VRI) is conducted through a different organization often called a "Video Interpreting Service Provider" (VISP).
VRS is a newer form of telecommunication service to the D-HOH-SI community, which had, in the United States, started earlier in 1974 using a simpler non-video technology called telecommunications relay service, also known as "TRS", or simply as "relay service".
It is impossible to catch them all because we usually have new people coming in every week and also we all have our different schedules of when to sign in. Yahoo Deaf Read Chat Room, click this Click on the picture to enlarge.
But this one is still good enough and I am satisfied with it!
(Adding the Passions site into your account is now FREE for all members…specifically so everyone can access chat! The chatroom is one of the many completely free features available within Deaf Passions.
By JFLMad In the past month, I have been trying to take many snapshots of the user’s name in the Live! Overall, I think I have got about 90% of them…you might see that I have not got Amy Cohen Efron, Deaf Roger, Deb Ann (Waving With My Deaf Hands), Jared Evans, Tayler Mayer, and few of them.
We are engaged at the moment and will be getting married next year summer 2012.
DEAF CHAT - This multi-room chatroom is open 24 hours a day, and is monitored to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. Deaf and hearing visitors from all nations (and of all opinions) are welcome to log on and share fun chat and join in lively discussions and heated debates. Join All Today: All DEAF INSIGHT CHATROOM - Welcome to the Deaf Insight Chat Room!
VRS services have become well developed nationally in Sweden since 1997 and also in the United States since the first decade of the 2000s.
With the exception of Sweden, VRS has been provided in Europe for only a few years since the mid-2000s, and as of 2010 has not been made available in many European Union countries, with most European countries still lacking the legislation or the financing for large-scale VRS services, and to provide the necessary telecommunication equipment to deaf users.