The experience of travel should be experienced by everyone, but opportunities to do so are often limited. This is where Travelear comes in, a virtual travel experience using immersive soundscapes of destinations around the world. Read
Today Dario Sorgato, founder and chairman of NoisyVision, attended the first of the two days of the Accessibility Club Summit 2019 at the Microsoft Atrium Berlin
The program looked very interesting, and so the people providing the different sessions, but to be there was a true learning experience. Read
Tales in Sombre Tones is an exciting new touring show with the specific aim of opening up art and literature for all. Read
In our post Apps and devices for blind and visually impaired people we listed several option that can help blind people with mobility and navigation, but we believe that what you will read below is one of the most effective and low cost systems to make information accessible for all. Read
On the May 30th, during the Biennale Spazio Pubblico we participated in the “Network for Soft mobility and city accessible to all” working table. Read
At midnight on May 14th the votes for the 2018/2019 edition of the ACCESSIBLE TOURISM Prize were closed and with 240 votes WE WON! Read
Diritti Diretti, an Italian NGO, organizes the national award “ACCESSIBLE TOURISM – Journalists, communicators and advertisers overcome barriers” to share the good practices on accessibility that already exist in Italy and that have become the founder of the concepts of attractiveness, innovation, aesthetics and sustainability. Read
I welcome you all to Iceland and hope that you will all have a nice and yellow stay.
Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much said Helen Keller, and that is the truth. Read
Do you want to help us to #YellowTheWorld?
How about putting all of these yellow (or black) thumbs in your city or in the places you go to visit? Read