Moving in a New Direction With CSDVRS

Today, I’m heading over to Harper College for the Deaf Nation Expo.  I’ll be at the CSDVRS booth, where we have an exciting line of new “Z” videophone products and services.

You may recall that I worked previously for Hands On and for before they merged into one company.  I have to say, I love the videophone companies that I’ve worked for, but I had an exciting opportunity come forth that I couldn’t pass up.

With CSDVRS, I have the opportunity to focus on VCO, which is voice carry over.  With VCO, I make and receive phone calls using my voice and the other party can hear me directly.  On the screen, an interpreter signs everything that the person on the phone is saying to me.   VCO has enabled me to participate in tele-conference calls for Hands & Voices, interview people from all over and chat with hearing friends directly.  Just recently, I completed a taped interview that will soon be going up online. So with CSDVRS, I have the wonderful opportunity to share this technology with others who will benefit from it.

So if you’re planning to attend the Expo, stop by the CSDVRS booth and say hi!

4 replies
  1. B. Wilde
    B. Wilde says:

    What I love about your posts is that you give such a different and interesting perspective to life. It’s in the small things when you convey how a difference is being made in the lives of those who don’t always have a “voice” to offer. You are a writer and have a voice – and a great and talented one at that. This is a great blog and I find your posts to be informative and inspiring. Hope the Expo went well.

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