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  • access to the WEB SVIsual service
  • Image of the SVisual phone screen with the option to call between Voice and Spanish Sign Language
  • Image of the configuration screen of the user settings
  • Video access screen of what is videointerpretation
  • Image of a person speaking LSE

What is it about:

It is a system of videointerpretation in Sspañola Sign Language totally free, which allows telephone communication between deaf and hearing people through the figure of a videointerpreter. Users can perform any daily management autonomously, 24 hours a day, 365 days a week.
 
SVIsual can be used through various devices such as videophone, webcam with Internet connection, Smartphone or web application available on the website www.svisual.org. The user only has to register through the website, and once registered you can start using the service, through the web application or smartphone.
 
At a technical level, SVIsual can be used with an application on the mobile phone, compatible with IOS and Android. It can also be used through the web with a webcam and ADSL connection. And finally, you could also use a SIP videophone. The specific details, as well as the compatibility of each type of access and connection, can be found on the product's website: http://www.svisual.org/compatibilidad.html 
 
Additionally, the platform allows for the possibility of using websites, when the owners have contracted the SVIsual service and access to face-to-face services that have the "Points of Access". This is the case of ADIF (Railway Infrastructure Administrator), which has videophones in the customer service offices, which is why the remote videointerpretation service is offered between the ADIF staff and the deaf person.

Forms of acquisition:

The app is free for deaf or with hearing impairment, and It is available in the Play Store and App Store

IOS manual: http://www.svisual.org/pdf/manual_SVIsual_Apple.pdf

Android manual: http://www.svisual.org/pdf/manual_SVIsual_Android.pdf

The web access: http://www.svisual.org/llamar2.php

They do not detail the support service, but they put their contact information:

Correo: svisual@svisual.org

Dirección:C/Islas Aleutianas nº 28 28035 Madrid

Teléfono:91 376 85 60 

Fax: 91 376 85 64

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