Thursday, March 1, 2012

Check out this week's captioned movies: March 1, 2012

This Week's Spotlight On:The Lorax

The Lorax

The animated adventure follows the journey of a boy as he searches for the one thing that will enable him to win the affection of the girl of his dreams. To find it he must discover the story of the Lorax, the grumpy yet charming creature who fights to protect his world.

Release Date: March 2, 2012

Rating: PG

Nationwide Captioned Movies Schedule

This Week's Releases

In theaters
Movies page for Dr. Seuss' The Lorax

Dr. Seuss' The Lorax

On DVD/Blu-Ray
Movies page for Johnny English Reborn

Johnny English Reborn

Spring 2012 Releases

Movies page for
Dr. Seuss' The Lorax
Movies page for
The Hunger Games
Movies page for
Wrath of the Titans
Movies page for
The Lucky One
Movies page for
The Avengers
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What Are the Different Types of Accessible Equipment Options on Captionfish?

OC - Open Captioned

The movie's text is superimposed over the screen images.

RW - Rear Window® Captioned -

A transparent acrylic panel attached to your seat reflects the captions so that they appear superimposed on the screen.

USL - USL Closed Captioned System (CCS)®

The CCS is designed to enhance the hearing impaired cinema patron\'s movie-going experience. A single infrared emitter broadcasts closed caption text and two channels of audio into an auditorium which can be picked up by either a display that can be flexibly positioned in front of you or special eyewear.

CV - CaptiView® Closed Captioning

The CaptiView system consists of a small OLED display on a bendable support arm that fits into the theater seat cup holder. The easy-to-read screen is equipped with a high contrast display that comes with a privacy visor so it can be positioned directly in front the movie patron with minimal impact or distraction to neighboring patrons.

ST - Subtitled

Textual versions of the dialogue are displayed in English on the bottom of the screen.

DV - Descriptive Video

Descriptive narration in specially equipped auditoriums is fed via infrared or FM transmitter to a small portable receiver, enabling blind and visually impaired moviegoers to hear the descriptions on headsets from any seat in the theater.

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