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Bowness Bay Brewing unveils Braille Ale for visually impaired drinkers - UK-based Bowness Bay Brewing has expanded its offerings with the launch new Braille Ale for blind and visually impaired drinkers.
Nokia Create adds ‘Do Good’ mission to develop apps for visually impaired - Nokia is partnering with the Royal National Institute of Blind People to enhance the mobile experience of more people around the world.
Three visually-impaired are first to ‘escape’ Alcatraz and brave ice-cold waters to complete dangerous swim - Max Ashton, 17, Tanner Robinson, 24, and Katie Cupp, 19, recently completed the arduous Alcatraz Invitational Swim through the rough waters between Alcatraz Island and Aquatic Park in San Francisco, California.
Space Camp opens new world for fifth-grader - Ethan Edwards experienced the excitement of space, adapted especially for students who are blind or visually impaired, during a Space Camp held in late September at U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
Sunderland blind tennis players set for national tournament - Members of North East Visually Impaired (VI) Tennis Club are to compete in the Metro Blind Sport National Tennis Tournament at the National Tennis Centre in London.