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The joy of listening to the spoken word
Want to start listening to audiobooks but don't know where to start or which providers to choose? Jonathan Ward has been listening to audio books since the 70s - let him point you in the right direction!
Looking into the distance
Jonathan has been using a monocular to help see things in the distance for 40 years. In this blog he explains how to get the most out of these vision aids and how to find cheaper options online.
Which inbuilt accessibility features are better: iPhone or Android?
In time for Global Accessibility Awareness Day, we've reviewed the inbuilt accessibility features of Android and iPhone smartphones.
Renu Walia – London Vision virtual intern
London Vision's first virtual intern, Renu Walia has written a blog about her career trajectory and how she came to apply for the role.
Christmas gift ideas
Games for lockdown
Tech Sessions with London Vision
Hurtling into the future at 10mph with Blind Veterans’ autonomous vehicle
We travelled to Brighton to visit Blind Veterans and try out their autonomous self-driving vehicle - named Arthur!
Job searching when visually impaired
The Sunu Band, so near sonar
Chris Jenkins reviews the Sunu Band, an intelligent mobility aid designed to help improve navigation for blind and partially sighted people.