VRS service at Burbank airport

Cool! wonder how many of these that are installed in airports around the U.S. ?

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  1. Richard Roehm

    It’s spelled Burbank. They got sued and they reacted.

  2. natech

    Thanks for the correction. I also noticed nearly all of the TVs has captions turned on. Quite deaf-friendly airport.

  3. Wondering

    Looks like a Sorenson videophone device q

  4. natech

    Fookem, thanks for that link. Go Chicago!

    Wondering, I think it’s by i2eye, not Sorenson.

  5. W. David Samuelsen

    Salt Lake City International has them too – Sorenson

    so far 3 airports I know of that have VRS – Salt Lake City, Chicago and Burbank

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