MoPixMotion Picture Access (for the hearing- and visually-impaired)
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By 1979, the old Mopix units were mostly disbanded.
DreamWorks paid the $4,000 cost to make films like ``The Mexican'' and ``Saving Private Ryan'' compatible with the MoPix system.
MoPix is the brainchild of the Media Access Group at WGBH, the pioneer in making television accessible to audiences with sensory disabilities (captioning in 1972, descriptive narration for television and video in 1990).