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Congratulations to our brilliant friend Barry Hulce! At the recent NE/AER Conference, Barry won the Distinguished Service Award at the NE/AER Conference for creating the Low Vision Tablet Stand using a…
The show was great! Congratulations to ALL of the teams, and to the prize winners!
Mr. Craig Coleman, VABVI's 2022 Presidents Award Recipient
VABVI Executive Director Steve Pouliot discusses SMART technology and accessibility
If you are sighted, you likely have misconceptions about vision impairment and blindness
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Article by Ran Ronan/Courtesy of Forbes For most people, the internet is a ubiquitous social hub, economic driver and professional facilitator as billions of people access web content every day. In fact,…
ASPEN, Colo. (AP) — Skiing — and life — are all about “managing the unexpected,” according to Chad Foster. Especially when you can’t see where you’re going. Foster would know: The avid skier, motivational…
Caption: Samsung is working to enable its TVs to recognize sign language for commands like "turn on the television." "Samsung's TV lineup is about to become a lot more accessible for people with low vision…
According to BusinessWire, "For the first time in Macy’s Parade broadcast history, in an effort to create a more inclusive experience for blind and visually impaired viewers, NBCUniversal is proud to present…
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