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
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
I remember the summers of my childhood. They are blurry memories, almost a life not mine.
I remember some images, some sporadic scenes, perhaps the face of a little girl who was beginning to make me feel love pulsating in my heart and my sex. 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
There is a beautiful light. A perfectly blue sky. It is eight o’clock in the morning. The streets are almost deserted on this Easter Sunday. 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
Wathc the other pictures
Some time ago I wrote an article where I highlighted some tips and situations on the theme of travel from the point of view of an Usher. Read
Let’s say it, this time we were better. We Italians I mean.
In our language there is the word IPOVISIONE, which defines a state of visual impairment that is not comparable to blindness. Read