Through the limits and beyond

NoisyVision connects people, and lets them share resources and abilities to improve the life quality of those with visual/hearing impairments.

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Joining us or donating you can support the development of projects such as #YellowTheWorld and more, and help us produce always better content.

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Eye love design

Good design means great vision in your daily life. Check out our shop, and look and feel better with our dedicated collection.

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Usher Syndrome

How I've learned to stop worrying and love my limits.

What is Usher Syndrome? Read our stories
News

See Bad, Feel Good. The book by Krister Inde

In June 2018 I had the pleasure of meeting Krister Inde in person. We were in Laško, Slovenia, both invited as speakers at the first low vision conference organized by the European Blind Union, the voice of the blind and partially sighted people in Europe The thing that struck me about Krister is the lightness with which he speaks about visual impairment, not just with words, but with all of himself.
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Tactile ASL, talking hands

On the NoisyVision website we did not talk often about Sign Language. Yet among our members and friends there are people who use this way of communicating.
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#YellowTheWorld

How accessible are the cities and the places we live in? How could accessibility be improved? How difficult or easy is to travel in a given destination?
With the #YellowTheWorld map we collect stories of user experiences, to share best practices and help others to choose their travel destinations. Navigate the map, read other user experiences and tell us your story.
We care about you, we care about moving easily and safely. We want to #YellowTheWorld.

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Network

The best videos that show how one sees with low vision

Here is a collection of videos that explain how a person with low vision sees. It is ofteh nard to explain to other people how you see, but surely these videos are helpful to understand Retinitis PIgmentosa, Stargardt or Macular Degeneration.

La Girobussola Onlus

The association La Girobussola, born in Bologna in october 2013, promote mobility of people with visual disability, intended as an opportunity to live a complete experience of travel, meeting, dialogue and exchange with a community, outside of the mainstream tourist networks and organized “all inclusive” tours.

vEyes Onlus

The vEyes project was born on June 20th, 2012 in order to initially create an open hardware / software platform, on which to integrate “building blocks”, that are solutions based on wearable technologies that can support people with visual impairment in daily actions (reading a text on paper, moving about avoiding obstacles, accessing drug information leaflets or label information on food products, integrating and making accessible biomedical devices such as glucometers or sphygmomanometers, etc.).

ARTEMISIA

The aim of Artemisia is to create a network of Italian parents with disabled children, so that they can support each other and share personal experiences and useful information.