We are delighted once again to be hosting Freedom Scientific, part of the VFO Group at our headquarters in Dublin on August 9th. Come along and meet Eric Damery, vice president of software product management, who will be discussing the following topics. VFO and overall plans for software products Update on migration for Window-Eyes users …Read More about Announcing Freedom Scientific in Dublin with Summer specials!
NCBI is delighted to announce details of its next virtual technology club session, which will be taking place on Thursday June 22nd at 7:00 pm. On the night we’ll be joined by Alexander Jensen, Community Director of the internationally acclaimed Be My Eyes iPhone app that is connecting people with impaired vision to a vast …Read More about VIRTUAL TECHNOLOGY CLUB THURSDAY 22ND JUNE
On Thursday 18th May, NCBI held a seminar in Dublin’s Croke Park exploring the future of accessible print and the solutions that are available to people with sight loss. Recognising that many people who are blind or vision impaired are faced with a scarcity of information because they cannot access standard printed material, the seminar …Read More about Bridging the Information Gap Seminar in Croke Park – 18th May
NCBI is delighted to announce details of its next virtual technology club, which will be taking place on Thursday May 25th at 7:00 pm. On the night, we’ll be demonstrating the new BrailleNote Touch from Humanware, discussing the recently released Amazon Echo with its voice assistant Alexa, and of course we’ll have an open session …Read More about NCBI VIRTUAL TECHNOLOGY CLUB THURSDAY 25TH MAY
NCBI is looking forward to hosting its next Virtual Technology Club session on Thursday April 20th at 7:00 pm. Our first Virtual Technology Club test session took place on Thursday April 6th and we will be making several key improvements to the next one in order to make it a much better and enjoyable experience for participants. To …Read More about NCBI Virtual Technology Club Thursday 20th April
We’re delighted to be announcing details of NCBI’s first ever Virtual Technology Club. We recognise that for many people with sight loss who rely on technology to live an independent life, it can be difficult to travel to access training or support, or to meet other users and share knowledge. Our Virtual Technology Club will …Read More about Announcing NCBI’s First ever Virtual Technology Club on Thursday April 6th