Children with CVI often prefer clear, crisp images with little background clutter. They respond well to high contrast, bright colors (especially yellow or red), movement and LIGHTS! These three educational tools do all this and more!

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The "Big 3 Tool Kit" for Children with CVI: PLUS the 20 Best CVI-Friendly iPad Apps!

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Wanda Diaz Merced studies the light emitted by gamma-ray bursts, the most energetic events in the universe. When she lost her sight and was left without a way to do her science, she had a revelatory insight: the light curves she could no longer see could be translated into sound. Through sonification, she regained mastery over her work, and now she's advocating for a more inclusive scientific community. "Science is for everyone," she says. "It has to be available to everyone, because we are ...

How a blind astronomer found a way to hear the stars

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This Agency's Brilliant 'Braille Bricks' Help Blind Children Learn to Read Through Play

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Lens replacement surgery could save thousands from sudden blindness

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Lens replacement surgery could save thousands from sudden blindness

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Instructions for Beeping Easter Egg Hunt for Visually Impaired Children - FamilyConnect: for parents of children with visual impairments

Instructions for Beeping Easter Egg Hunt for Visually Impaired Children - FamilyConnect: for parents of children with visual impairments

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Project BLAID is a wearable accessibility device for the blind.

Toyota's First Wearable Device Will Help Blind People Navigate the World

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Making your HTML accessible for the visually impaired

Making your HTML accessible for the visually impaired

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3D printing is making strides in helping the blind and partially-sighted communities to ‘see’ the world around them in new and innovative ways. From simpler objects like 3D printed puzzles with Braille inscribed on them and characters from children’s books to paintings, maps, and even an individual’s memories, this technology is making small but important […]

4 Ways 3D Printing is Helping the Visually Impaired 'See' the World - 3D Printing Industry

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Fun tips and tricks from National Braille Press for teaching your blind child how to tie their shoes independently.

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Woman's eyesight saved after nearly missing check-up.

Woman's eyesight saved after nearly missing check-up

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Tips for Differentiating Instruction in Science for Students Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired | Accessible Science

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Correct Cane Technique 101. A great overview of orientation and mobility techniques.

the independent little bee...: Correct Cane Techniques Handout

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Teach your braille students which contractions will be eliminated from EBAE in the transition to UEB with audio and brf files.

A Farewell Song to 9 EBAE Contractions

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With the help of computer software and 3D printing, a company called 3DPhotoworks is hoping to open-up a whole new world of painting and photography to blind people.

3D Printing Lets Blind People "See" Paintings

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"The Role and Value of the Teacher of the Visually Impaired" Marla Runyan, TVI and Olympic athlete walks us through her experience as a child with a visual impairment and the impact of the TVI in her education in this webcast.

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Inside The Human Eye | Visual.ly

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All states now basically require drivers to yield the right of way to pedestrians carrying white canes or using guide dogs. But for some of the approximately 200 visually impaired people and their supporters who gathered in Milwaukee Thursday to celebrate White Cane Safety Day, distracted drivers remain a concern.

For Some Visually Impaired Pedestrians, Distracted Drivers Remain A Worry

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Disney•Pixar is Making Movies Better for Blind People

Disney•Pixar is Making Movies Better for Blind People

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Mid-Hudson ophthalmologist develops iPad app to help patients with retinal diseases read again

Mid-Hudson ophthalmologist develops iPad app to help patients with retinal diseases read again

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MILWAUKEE -- When we talk about the wonderful exhibits at the Milwaukee Public Museum, it's normally the visuals that take center stage. But there's a new attraction that's creating an experience u...

Milwaukee Public Museum: New attraction offers experience unlike any other

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A new hands-on policy is part of a growing effort by the Milwaukee Public Museum to make its exhibits more accessible to patrons with disabilities.

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Milwaukee Public Museum lets disabled patrons get hands-on

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This is going to change the way blind people experience the world.

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Someone turned the world's most famous paintings 3D so blind people can experience them

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Blind mom mother sees unborn son for first time 3D printing

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Blind mother gets to 'see' her unborn son for the first time thanks to 3D printing

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Bringing Braille back with better display technology | Michigan Engineering

Bringing Braille back with better display technology | Michigan Engineering

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Noticias Locales

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