February 14 2012 Vision Issues Newsletter
Volume 2, Issue 2:
February 12 – 18
Hope you are having a good week.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
This issue of the newsletter is to inform you of a change in publication dates. I am changing the issues of the newsletter from a weekly publication to a monthly newsletter. The vision issues newsletter will be sent out on the 1st day of each month.
What’s happening on Bella Online?
1. New article:
Can blind people drive a car? The article this week includes information about new technology that may one day allow a blind person to experience driving an automobile. Check out the article.
2. Look for a new word game starting tomorrow in the vision issues forum.
3. Finally, the next four articles will focus on product reviews. I plan to write about products I have used which I find very helpful. The article will include information about the product and how and where to purchase the product. If you have a product you would like featured in an article let me know. I will be happy to include your experience in an article on Bella Online. You can send me an e-mail on the contact the author link. The contact author link can be found on the Bella Online home page or on the Vision Issues site. You can also send me a return message from this newsletter e-mail. Thanks in advance for your input!
Until next time,
Have a great week!
Here's the latest article from the Vision Issues site at BellaOnline.com.
Can the Blind Drive Using Non-visual Interfacing?
Can a blind person drive a car? Researchers at Virginia Tech University have developed technology called non-visual interfacing allowing a blind person to drive a car. Read the article and find out more.
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Dean Ingalls, Vision Issues Editor
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