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American Sign Language:  "video-phone"


The most common way to sign "video phone" is to simply spell VP:


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Another way to sign "video-phone" is based on the idea of two cameras facing opposite directions, actively recording.  This version is also sometimes used to mean "video-relay" as in a video relay interpreting service (such as "Sorenson" or "Purple Communications") that Deaf people use to call Hearing people.

VIDEO-PHONE (video relay)
 

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Also see: VIDEO-GAME


Also see: VIDEO-RECORD


Also see: VIDEO-TAPE


Also see: WEBCAM



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