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Published on Feb 4, 2018
The NVDA Screen Reading software is allowing blind and vision impaired people across the planet to use computers independently. In this video you can hear from both users and key members in the blind community about just what impact this software is having for blind people world-wide.
In this video you will hear from the following people (in order): * Mick Curran, Founder, NV Access * Tran Ngoc Thanh, Teacher at Nguyen Dinh Chieu School, Vietnam * Minh Quang, Student at Nguyen Dinh Chieu School, Vietnam * Jamie Teh, Founder, NV Access * Dang Hoai Phuc, Sao Mai Center for the Blind, Vietnam * Marco Zehe, Quality Assurance Engineer, Mozilla * Karen Knight, General Manager QLD & NT, Vision Australia * Leah Sing, Envision Massage * Le Thi Theu, Teacher, Nhat Hong School for the blind, Vietnam * Nguyen Hoi Phu, Student, Nhat Hong School for the blind, Vietnam * Ben Clare, Inclusive Education Officer, Austraining International * Nektarios Paisios, Software Engineer, Google Inc * Kevin Carey, Chair, Royal National Institute of Blind People * Monthian Buntan, Member-Elect, Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, United Nations