Join The New Jersey State Library Talking Book & Braille Center (TBBC) at our 2nd Annual Golf Classic on June 4th at the Old York Country Club in Chesterfield, NJ. All proceeds benefit NJ's ONLY FREE public library for anyone who is blind, visually or physically impaired.
Assistive technology development is a priority at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The IDEAS Global Competition Project invites anyone to submit a request for addressing or developing an assistive technology need.
Elvis DeJesus, who provides Newsline support at TBBC, is also a star of Beep Baseball. He makes us all proud as a member of the New Jersey Lightning Beep Baseball team, a member of the National Beep Baseball Association (NBBA). Beep Baseball allows those with vision impairments to play a game they all know and love.
A team of students at Harvard University is developing an unique product, called Midas Touch. Midas Touch produces 3D printing to create a tactile version of a work of art. 3D printing is not new, but Midas Touch has unique features.
Audiovision, TBBC’s news reading and feature broadcast, has just added a New Jersey trivia question to its daily broadcast. At the beginning of the Newark Star Ledger broadcast Monday through Friday at 1:00 pm and 7:00 pm, the news reader will announce the trivia question of the day. The answer will be announced at the end of the Newark Star Ledger broadcast.