Unique use for iPad - reading the Bible in ASL
I happened on a web site reviewing the video idiosyncrasies of the iPad. Here the concern was for making the Bible available in American Sign Language. It appears that among those who sign there is a need to convey in sign accurately what is on the written page in a group setting.
ASL use video for that and some carry an iPhone for that purpose. But apparently the iPad does video differently than an iPhone. I did not know that.
This well done review highlights the differences in finding a precise place in a video on an iPad as well as a general review of various iPad video features.
When discussing the Bible in a group study I could see the use of ASL as each person communicates their thoughts just as you and I talk to each other.