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About the 1st Interactive Relay Service

In early 1994, Project Freedom’s / IDEAL’s work was commemorated in a video. The video captured the first two-way “voice telephone” ASL conversation. The conversation took place between students and teachers from the Horace Mann Montessori School in Dayton, Ohio. The video also showcased historical footage of Alexander Graham Bell. Although a competitor, Sprint used Project Freedom’s Vistium Video System hardware and [...]