There is an option to show signs grouped into 24 categories: Countries, Animals, Numbers, States, Money, etc. As a self-test, users also have an option to choose when they see the English sentences – simultaneously with the ASL sentences, or afterwards.
• Campus news from the University News office
• Athletics news, and schedules for Men's and Women's sports
• RIT Photos
• RIT Videos
• RIT Twitter and Facebook postings
• Searchable campus map
• Calendar of campus events displayed by date or category
• Detailed information about dining locations on campus, along with menus, hours and days of service
• Campus and local bus schedules
• Lab hours and locations
• Bookmark favorite links
• Access to the full RIT website
• List of important links to RIT websites
The app was created to be used at RIT hockey games and other RIT sporting events.
*Requires Adobe Air
The C-Print Mobile app is useful only when linking to a C-Print captionist. Text generated by a captionist is transmitted to and viewed on the Mobile client app.
In addition to viewing captioning in C-Print® Mobile you can:
• Modify the display settings to meet your visual needs
• Communicate with the service provider via Chat
• Search for key words in the captioning document
For more information, refer to Help when running the app.
ABOUT DATA USAGE
If your device does not have a Wi-Fi connection, your mobile data plan will be used for Internet access.
Access to a C-Print captionist who is using C-Print Pro Server software.
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