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Kaleidoscope: The Cortical Visual Impairment Podcast

Apr 30, 2019

Tommy Szalapski – Google accessibility engineer and CVI dad – has created a new app for CVI literacy. The Roman Word Bubbling project automates the tedious process of adding color outlining to letters, numbers and words, based on Dr. Christine Roman’s CVI literacy research and methodology. Tommy describes this project, Google’s Lookout app and emerging technologies that will benefit people with cortical visual impairment, like his daughter Jocelyn (9).

Resources mentioned:

Roman Word Bubbling project

Cortical Visual Impairment: Advanced Principles, C. Roman (2019)

CSUN Assistive Technology Conference


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