American Sign Language ASL
ASL interpreters play a critical role in communication between the deaf and those who use spoken languages. ASL interpreters translate meaning and intention while taking into account cultural differences and context. Interpreters must have a strong memory and be able to keep up with the fast pace of conversation in real-time.
ASL is used in the performing arts, public events, education, healthcare, business, government, press conferences, and more. ASL is used by deaf communities in the US, Canada, Southeast Asia, and West Africa.
The Lingolet Interpreter Video device features a video screen so all participants can see each other, which makes it perfect for ASL interpretation.
Lingolet Interpreter Video for OPI & VRI. Click to select languages. See participants via video. HD mic & speakers for clear sound.
Lingolet Interpreter Tablet for OPI & VRI. Click to select languages. See participants via video. HD mic & speakers for clear sound.
Lingolet Interpreter Conference for OPI. Place on a conference table for multiple participants. HD mic & speakers for clear sound.