Social welfare services company in Sendai develops free application for online handwriting

The handwriting application online displays the same
contents at a partner's terminal (back) when you input.
(photo: http://www.kahoku.co.jp/)
July 13, 2014

Using a smart phone or a tablet computer a Deaf person communicates with other non-signer far apart with the application called "Handwriting Telephone UD," which was exhibited for free this month.

The reputation among the clients is very positive, such as "I can contact in an instant," "I can write on the display of my tablet even if poor at touching the keyboard."

It is expected that the new application will lead also to the promotion of exchange between a Deaf person and a non-signer or a hearing person.

"Plus Voice" located in Sendai-shi, Miyagi Prefecture, which deals with a Deaf-oriented social welfare services enterprise, developed the application as an apparatus development commission enterprise of the Sendai Finland Healthy Welfare Center in the 2011 fiscal year.


Japanese source:
http://www.kahoku.co.jp/tohokunews/201407/20140713_15026.html

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