Human Interest

10-year-old Quebec boy sings the blues in viral video

10-year-old Quebec boy sings the blues in viral video - Felix first captured the public’s attention last week, when his impromptu performance at a summer camp for the blind went viral.

Redbox agrees to provide better access for blind customers

Redbox agrees to provide better access for blind customers - Advocates for the blind announced a statewide settlement requiring Redbox, the nation’s largest operator of touch-screen DVD rental kiosks, to equip its outlets so that the visually impaired can use them.

SFO uses smartphone app and iBeacons to guide visually impaired passengers through the terminal

SFO uses smartphone app and iBeacons to guide visually impaired passengers through the terminal - San Francisco International Airport (SFO) has unveiled a prototype version of a first-of-its-kind app, which can help visually impaired passengers navigate through an airport terminal.

Visually impaired kayakers prove seaworthy

Visually impaired kayakers prove seaworthy - Eight members of the New Hampshire Association for the Blind seemed to do the impossible by navigating the Back Channel in kayaks with limited or no sight.

Partially sighted child attains black belt in jujitsu

Partially sighted child attains black belt in jujitsu - Sonny McAnulty has achieved the top rank in jujitsu with the Watton-at-Stone Goshin group, even though he is partially sighted.

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