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Vista Honors 2023: Honoring Hans Jørgen Wiberg & Be My Eyes

Vista Center’s 2nd Annual Vista Honors brings together Silicon Valley’s accessibility community to honor revolutionary leaders and companies that are shaping technology to support people living with vision loss.

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Vote at Vista!

This Saturday polls are open for voting for the General Election at Vista Center San Jose at 101 N. Bascom Avenue. From October 29 through November 8, 2022, you’ll be able to cast your vote. We are a fully accessible voting facility and can provide any kind of assistance, including sighted guide, CCTV magnifier, audio […]

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Survey Participants Wanted

Vista Center proudly announces its collaboration with the Santa Clara County Office on Disabilities Affairs through the partnership with the World Institute on Disability.  The Santa Clara Office on Disabilities will be launched in Fall of 2022 and the County is now collecting feedback about how the Office can best prioritize the needs of people […]

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Who Uses Assistive Technology

By Son Kim                                         Assistive Technology (AT) may be used by anyone with a visual impairment. Whether someone is 7 or 97, AT makes everyday tasks easily accessible for people from all different walks of life. […]

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Press Release: Two Local Braille Students Make Finals for the 2022 International Braille Challenge!

Press Release: Two Local Braille Students Make Finals for the 2022 International Braille Challenge! San Jose, CA: Of all the literacy issues in America, braille literacy is the most underrated and overlooked. Advances in technology have yet to replace the need for children with vision loss to learn to read using this vital medium. With […]