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The Computer Center for Visually Impaired People (CCVIP) has been in the business of Assistive Technology training, research and service since 1978. See what we have to offer you; the people you serve; your business and your customers. Contact us so we can help you sharpen your skills and find the solutions you need.
Whether your visual impairment is recent or long-standing, at the Computer Center for Visually Impaired People, we'll help you access your computer, so that you can access the world.
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News and Announcements
New York City has the best theater in the world. But what if your vision is poor? Does that mean you can't enjoy Shakespeare, musical extravaganzas or even some hip new off-Broadway show? Not at all.
Andrea Day is an audio describer. She works in theaters in New York and on the West Coast, describing what happens on stage. She told us what it's like to be just one step ahead of the action.
But first we spoke to Lisa Carling, the director of Theatre Development Fund's accessibility programs. She decribes TDF's many programs for people who are hard of hearing or have vision impairments. TDF also has programming devoted to especially to families with autistic children. She also reveals how technology is transforming theater--making it more accessible to every kind of audience.
If you could not make the date, you can still listen to an archived version of the show here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ccvip/2014/10/17/lets-go-to-the-show-accessible-theater
CCVIP Demo Center Workshop
Topic: CCVIP Invites You to an Interactive Presentation Entitled OCR – I See You!
Have you ever been in a situation where you were handed a piece of paper and then wondered, “Now, what am I supposed to do with this?” Whether it is a handout in the classroom or a menu in a restaurant, blind people are often left in the dark while their sighted cohorts review material at their leisure. In this session, we’ll demonstrate some of the latest in portable OCR (Optical Character Recognition). This technology takes pictures of printed material and then reads it aloud to you! We’ll be showcasing some of the latest devices and apps that give us access to the printed word, wherever we might be.
Date: Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Times: 1:00-2:30pm or 6:00-7:30pm
Admission: Free, but reservations are required. Call 646-312-1420.
Where: TBA at the time you call - or -
Watch a live stream of our early session (1:00-2:30) at:www.ustream.tv/channel/ccvipdemo
SAVE THE DATE
8th Annual Conference on Employment & Visual Impairment: Policy & Practice
March 27, 2015, 9:00am - 4:00pm
FREE admission including lunch & refreshments
- Computer Center for Visually Impaired People, Baruch College;
- School of Public Affairs, Baruch College
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CCVIP Offering online self-paced courses through CANnect
We are proud to announce our collaboration with CANnect to offer accessible online learning for people with vision impairments.
Individualized Instruction on Smart Phones
We train individuals in the use of the iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, and Mac. We also teach Android devices. Call 646-312-1420 for more information.