When Michael Curran and James Teh met on a music camp for blind children, little did they know they would one day join forces to improve the lives of blind and vision impaired people around the world. With a shared passion for “nerdy computer programs” the two totally blind men reunited in their early twenties… Read More
- Announcing the Release of NVDA 2013.1
- Blind Orgs Make PowerPoint Support a Reality in NVDA
- Microsoft Lends a Hand to NV Access
- NV Access recognised for Chinese character support
- PDF Association Continues Funding of NVDA PDF/UA Support
- NV Access announces the release of NVDA 2012.3.
Episode 4 focuses primarily on highlights of the upcoming NVDA 2012.3 release, including demonstrations of some of the major features. We also introduce and demonstrate the Nuance Vocalizer voices for NVDA. Finally, we provide an update on usage statistics and donations.
In the Media
- 612 ABC Brisbane's Mornings show: Interview with James Teh about the NVDA project
- NFB Braille Monitor May 2013: My Constant Search for Accessibility
- Blind Bargains: #CSUN13 Audio: The Maturation and Future of NVDA
- Eyes On Success podcast 1250: interview with Michael Curran about NVDA
- PDF Association: NVDA goes PDF/UA! The PDF Association Steps Up to Fund Development of the World’s First PDF/UA Conforming Screen Reader
- The Courier-Mail: Being blind didn't stop these inventors from sharing internet vision
NV Access founders Michael Curran and James Teh are available for media comment about the NVDA screen reader, and issues around computer accessibility in general. Contact Us