Disney puts together a version of Finding Dory for the visually impaired

In a move to enhance the movie-going experience for differently abled audiences, Disney and Pixar have teamed up to feature a groundbreaking technology to enable every fan to enjoy Find Dory.
ANI | By HT Correspondent, Washington Dc
UPDATED ON JUN 17, 2016 01:57 PM IST

In a move to enhance the movie-going experience for differently abled audiences, Disney and Pixar have teamed up to feature a groundbreaking technology to enable every fan to enjoy Find Dory.

The studio recently announced that both the low-vision and blind audiences will now be able to enjoy the highly-anticipated sequel with smart-syncing audio descriptive narration, reports E! Online.

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While the new feature was first introduced to home audiences through the Disney Movies Anywhere (DMA) app, Finding Dory will be the first movie that will bring this technology to theatres.

Differently Abled audiences can access the functionality through their own iPhone or iPad and headphones and enjoy audio description, which narrates what is taking place on-screen.

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