‘Is it right for visually impaired people across the globe to suffer and remain seemingly incapable due to inevitable financial constraints? This was the question that Michael Curran and James Teh, two blind Australian programmers, asked themselves.’
The open source and community-driven NVDA screen reader #NVDASR engineered by the Australian non-profit NV Access is the candid answer to many of those questions I am frequently asked – ‘How do you study in school and give your exams?’ and ‘But then how do you use a computer?’ I consider nothing better to shed light on these enquiries than writing a series of posts on my new blog ‘Hiking Across Horizons’ detailing the assistive technologies I use on a day-to-day basis. Presenting to you thus is my 2016 contribution to the Insight Braille magazine about ‘The Non Visual Desktop Access Movement’!
Post URL: https://bhavyashah125.wordpress.com/2016/10/10/the-non-visual-desktop-access-movement-assistive-technology-life-transforming-nvda-you-me/
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