Cesar is a sound engineering student. He is currently working on his dissertation in which he explores the nature of audio description services on Science-fiction films and the features within that could allow blind and partially sighted viewers to have a better interpretation of the visual elements through sound design. Read
He had his glasses on a cute, curious face. He looked at me with a thousand questions blowing in his chest, without knowing which to ask first. Read
Do you really believe they will find a cure for this damn disease (RP)?
This is the question I wrote on a well-known Facebook group that brings together patients with Retinitis Rigmentosa or Usher Syndrome and their family members. Read
A Passport and Poor Vision: Not a Combination that Should Curtail your Travel Adventures
There is absolutely no reason why anyone with a vision impairment should be dissuaded from planning a travel itinerary that fulfills your ambitions to enjoy new experiences. Read
Before last Saturday, the 1st of October, I could have not remembered the last time I had ridden a bike in a big city, as my progressive vision loss has been affecting my mobility over the years. Read
In early 2016 we were contacted by Alice Holloway.
My name is Alice Holloway, I am a Final year student at university, Filmmaker and fellow photographer. Read
Being visually impaired, in all the possible variants, it is not easy at any age.
Retinitis pigmentosa is an unpredictable disease: it is unpredictable when and how intensively it will manifest, it does not matter if you have just learned to walk or if suddenly you find yourself having to change your world, having to rearrange your professional life and relationships. Read
Talking, talking, talking.
There is the need to talk.
There is the need to share the phases and the moments of this degenerative disease, so maybe it feels less heavy. Read
I have a passion for maps and globes. Maybe because I love to travel, or because they help me to dream of other possible lives. Read