Google supports “sign language” in service of Hangouts




Google supports “sign language” in service of Hangouts

March 3, 2013

Google Inc. recently added two new features to video chat service their own collective “Hang Oates” Hangouts and private network “Google Plus” social.

Comes first feature to help service users “Hang Oates” deaf or hearing impaired to understand what is being talked about by other users, and by inviting interpreter particular to enter chat show image in the top right corner of the window, to the interpretation of the modern use sign language to be able to user deaf understand the statements of other users within the chat session, a translator will also saying what the person is doing dumb signals in order to understand the rest of the users.

It also provided second advantage updated set of keyboard shortcuts for users who can not afford to use the mouse during video chat for some reason, where it was possible to mute the microphone, for example, by pressing the buttons Ctrl + D keyboard on a Windows system, or buttons Command + D on a Mac system, and these shortcuts available on the support page and the help of a dedicated .

The announcement was made about these features as an initiative from Google Inc. to help some disabled people to use a service task for many.
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