Tag: vision

All the colours of the rainbow?

Vision seems to be as diverse as the people who possess it.  From people who can see all colours equally well to an entire island where most of the indigenous population cannot see colour at all, all of us see

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How blind people use the iPhone 4S

TOTD was at a conference a while back when a blind student demonstrated how he used his iPhone – faster than many sighted people. Here’s a fascinating vidow of Tommy Edison, blind from birth doing something similar: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0nvdiRdehw

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Heads up display glasses

TOTD has been expecting something like this for a while now and looking forwards to them for even longer: http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/02/21/google-to-sell-terminator-style-glasses-by-years-end/ Although how they work for those who already wear glasses and how they avoid additional clumsiness and walking into lampposts

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Online colour challenge

According to the NHS, about 1 in 12 men have a colour vision defficiency. The figure is about 1 in 100 for women. Here’s a site that challenges you to arrange colours in their order of  hue. This particular male

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Busy Day

It’s Wedding Day at the Library today with one of our colleagues getting hitched. Whether it’s a traditional religious ceremony, a themed event or a snap decision on holiday, here’s something that may help you choose what to do if you really want

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