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Urban life for people with disabilities

The municipality marked the tactile guides of the Pringles square and the Paseo de Siglo in order to continue contributing to a safer circulation and raising awareness about the rights of people with visual disabilities.…
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Tactile paving are sprouting in dubai buildings and government departments

Dubai Residents can find tactile paving installed at Amer Service Centre, located at Mazaya Centre in Dubai. It is no longer limited to Dubai’s metro, and have now been spotted at shopping centres and areas…
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Disability in everyday life

Dunedin disability advocates will give Dunedin city and Otago regional councillors, staff and contractors a taste of the daily challenges they face during an “accessible walkabout”. A parking ticket machine is set too high making…

Delhi’s Visually Impaired Lose Out as Civic Agencies Pass the Buck

Much publicised “Accessible India Campaign”, an initiative of the NDA government seems to have hit a roadblock as 14 civic agencies in the capital received flak by the Delhi High Court for the bad condition…

TTC Testing New Tactile and Braille Route Information Signs

Navigating the city’s transit system is stressful as it is, but it can be even more so if you’re visually impaired. Which is why the TTC is testing out new accessibility measures, including Braille and…

Japan finds a solution to help blind people navigate stations safely

OSAKA — The latest technology is increasingly being employed to improve safety of blind people and convenience when using railway facilities Among these initiatives, West Japan Railway Co. (JR West) on Sept. 3 revealed its…

La importancia de las baldosas táctiles en la arquitectura

+ 17 La accesibilidad es una de las consideraciones más importantes en la arquitectura, ya que garantiza que el entorno construido satisfaga a personas de todas las capacidades. Sin embargo, las concepciones populares sobre la discapacidad y…

8TH ECPVI -EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON PSYCHOLOGY AND VISUAL IMPAIRMENT

  Thursday, November 5, 2020 to Friday, November 6, 2020Hotel Krystal, Prague, Czech Republic Who? Are you working with people with visual impairment? Are you a researcher conducting research in the area of visual impairment? Are you…

The history of tactile paths

Tactile paving was first developed by Seiichi Miyake in 1965 and was first introduced into the streets Okayama, Japan in 1967. Its use gradually spread throughout Japan and then in the world. For aesthetic reasons,…