A new specially adapted for visually impaired viewers show of the movie “Meeting Joe Black” was held on 16.7.2020 at the NRCB. The event was welcomed with great interest by the visually impaired viewers and was held under strict safety measures due to the emergency state in the country.

We will keep promoting other similar events, so please follow our web site for further news and announcements.

Three month Report on the Financial Performance of the NRCB-Plovdiv and three month report on the activities performed for the period 01.3.2020-30.6.2020

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On 25.6.2020 a training-information event took place at the NRCB under the VIVA Project, conducted under the Erasmus+ Program with the partnership with 7 more organizations from all over Europe. The young visually impaired people, who took part in the first training in social entrepreneurship and developing the corresponding competencies and skills, became trainers themselves by sharing with their visually impaired peers the aim and the idea behind the project, as well as the basic knowledge they got from their participation so far.

The specially adapted for visually impaired viewersshow of the “Catch me if you can” movie  was held on 16.6.2020 at the NRCB. The event was welcomed with a great interest by the visually impaired people and was held under strict safety measures due to the emergency state in the country.

We envisage promoting other similar events, so please follow our web site for further news and announcements.

The new BrainPort  Vision Pro is a 2nd generation oral electronic vision aid that provides electro-tactile stimulation to aid profoundly blind patients in orientation, mobility, and object recognition as an adjunctive device to other assistive methods such as the white cane or a guide dog.

​BrainPort Vision Pro translates digital information from a wearable video camera into gentle electrical stimulation patterns on the surface of the tongue. Users feel moving bubble-like patterns on their tongue which they learn to interpret as the shape, size, location and motion of objects in their environment. Some users have described it as being able to “see with your tongue”.