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New videophone allows Durangoans to talk with sign language
The Public Access Videophone is designed to allow the deaf and people with severe hearing loss to communicate via sign language through high-speed Internet. Here, Dian Jenkins, coordinator for the disabilities center at Fort Lewis College, signs with her friend Annette Reichman in Washington, D.C., via videophone at the Southwest Center for Independence.
The videophone that Jenkins, upper left, is using to speak with Reichman is similar to Skype.

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The Public Access Videophone is designed to allow the deaf and people with severe hearing loss to communicate via sign language through high-speed Internet. Here, Dian Jenkins, coordinator for the disabilities center at Fort Lewis College, signs with her friend Annette Reichman in Washington, D.C., via videophone at the Southwest Center for Independence.
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The videophone that Jenkins, upper left, is using to speak with Reichman is similar to Skype.
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