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The Regal and Sony Access Glasses Will Make Movies Better for Disabled

 - Apr 20, 2012
References: theverge & slashgear
The sight and hearing-impaired individuals in various communities often cannot experience commonplaces like movie theaters as well as the rest, but the Regal and Sony 'Access Glasses' set out to change that.

These glasses are manufactured to work with headphones and can dictate audio of a show or display closed captions on the lenses. This means that the sight or hearing impaired will be able to follow along just as well as all other movie-goers without having to lift a finger. Pieces such as the Access Glasses should be an integral part of every movie theater as promoting equality among all citizens is a must for consumer satisfaction.