Audio Description Services
Audio Description (AD) provides a verbal version of the visual: the visual is made verbla, aural, and oral. Using words that are succinct, vivid, and imaginative.
AD narratives/techniques are used in: Recorded tours of visitor centers, in the pauses between dialogue or critical sound elements in video, and presentations by docents or guides to make contact with the public more accessible and enjoyable.
The GPS Ranger® is patented multimedia tour guide system designed as an interpretive and navigational aid to be made available for daily remntal to visitors at parks, historical sites, and other outdoor venues.
The GPS Ranger delivers location based content automatically. The product is designed for visitors to have more enriching, entertaining, and educational visit. The GPS ranger is an "edutainment" tool that dellivers audio, video, captioning and sign interpretation of designated locations within the location while providing navifational assistance and saftey messaging.
The GPS Ranger System is a fully intergrated hardware/software solution that will deliver an interpretive message and provide navigational assistance seemlessly and repeatedly.
Captioning, subtitling and audio decription for television, film, web, DVD, etc. Offices in Boston and Los Angeles, includes the NAtional Center for Accesssible Media (NCAM) our research and develpment group.
CaptionMax is dedicated to making all media accessible to all people. Specializing in captioning, subtitling, audio decription, and encoding. CaptionMax is the leading expert in providing media solutions for all the largest networks and film producers worldwide- including MTV, NBC, HBO, and Sony. The company's services support educational programs, live news broadcasts and popular home entertainment, such as "American Idol," "The Office," and "Nightline."
1.) Full audio Description services for instructional videos, adult and children film and documentary, audio tours.
2.) Full audio production servies for radio drama, advertisement and program development.