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We were proud to sponsor the Inclusive Tandem Ride, giving people, who would otherwise not be able to, the chance to enjoy a bike ride. Read
Exactly one year ago the #YellowReykjavik workshop began
Summer solstice is a good reminder, as it translates into midnight sun in Iceland: the dream of many visually impaired people with limited night vision. Read
Artemisia e.V. and NoisyVision organize
a two-hour tandem tour to involve blind, visually impaired and other people with mild disabilities, who will enjoy a tandem ride guided by able-bodied volunteer pilots. Read
During the summer of 2017 Stefano Scagliarini contacted NoisyVision to request assistance for his thesis at Politecnico di Milano. We immediately answered, convinced that an external and artistic point of view on Usher syndrome would help to the awareness of the condition. Read
It was May 2016 when 12 visually impaired people departed from Bologna to Florence with the intention of painting the world of yellow, to make it more visible and accessible. Read
In May 2017 we went around central and northern Italy with the Yellow Caravan to promote the docu-film The Gods Like It Yellow. Read
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
One, two, three …. YellowTheWorld!
A colorful scream that we want to transform into concrete actions, social and human.
Coloring the world yellow means making it more accessible to the visually impaired. 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