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The C-Print® System

What is C-Print?

C-Print® is a speech-to-text (captioning) technology and service developed at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, a college of Rochester Institute of Technology. The system successfully is being used to provide communication access to individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing in many programs around the country. In addition to educational environments, C-Print also can be used in business and community settings, and with individuals with other disabilities, such as those with a visual impairment or a learning disability.

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  • C-Print captioning can be viewed on a variety of devices.

  • C-Print captionist and students in a science lab.

  • Student views captioning of instructor’ lecture during a science lab.

  • Student views instructor’s lecture on mobile device during field trip.

  • Student views text of communication with instructor during class.

  • C-Print captioning services provide equal access to high school students during a visit to RIT/NTID for the Explore Your Future Program.

  • C-Print captioning services provide equal access to high school students during a visit to RIT/NTID for the Explore Your Future Program.

  • View of captioning and messaging display on standard C-Print Client.

News

October 21, 2013 3:47pm

Download the C-Print® Mobile client app from the Apple iTunes or Google Play store for free (courtesy of RIT/NTID)!

October 21, 2013 3:45pm

The latest release of C-Print® Pro, version 3.1, is now available.

October 21, 2013 3:44pm

C-Print® Lite is a client application that runs on Windows® and Mac (OS X) computers.

Brochure

Considering speech‐to‐text as a communication access and support service option?

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Video

A new C-Print video is coming soon!