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A peek inside Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind is also a glimpse at manufacturing in America
Nonprofit Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind is helping to create local manufacturing jobs while providing work for the visually impaired.
Georgia aims to make its websites accessible for all
So far, the state has upgraded more than half of its 130 sites to federal standards. Enabling screen readers is one improvement.
Lending ones' eyes via smartphone
A new app helps the blind by connecting them to sighted volunteers.
Beyond magnifying glasses: High-tech options for the vision-impaired
Which technologies or devices have been helpful for you?
Hi-tech glove turns words into touch
Design researcher Tom Bieling has made something called the Lorm Glove, which could soon help people who are deaf or blind communicate.
Building a better smartphone for blind users
A team of developers in Israel are set to debut a smartphone at the Consumer Electronics Show with an interface designed for blind users.
Legally blind, and competing in the Paralympics
The 2012 Paralympic Games opened in London on Wednesday. American judo athlete Myles Porter tells us what it's like to compete in world's second largest sporting competition.
Sight-feeling: Travel for the disabled
An owner of a travel agency for the blind shares his experiences traveling around the world.