State Library For The Blind is creating a digital music score archive for visually challenged musicians.
Vladimir Vaskevich continues to inform us about the Russian cities which are most accessible for sightless tourists.
Vladimir Vaskevich, Special View portal correspondent, interviews an inclusive team of bloggers from Samara who created a project for training bloggers with disabilities.
Motorsports are now becoming available for visually impaired persons. Special View interviews sightless off-road races participants.
In this article, you will learn about the most interesting sites of Russia’s Northern Capital.
Anna Demidova, Ph. D. in Biology, staff scientist and tour guide with Moscow State University Botanic Garden, tells about the Tropical Butterflies Room.
The Cryptology museum curator for accessibility and inclusion tells about exhibition adaptation and most interesting pieces of the museum's collection available for tactile examination.
Vladimir Vaskevich talked to sponsors, choreographers and participants of the project “Inclusive balls of Russia”.
Vladimir Vaskevich talks about places of interest and cultural event, that are accessible for people with visual impairments.
Yulia Vasilyeva tells about the BlindFashion project which helps stylists and sightless persons to find each other.
Vladimir Vaskevich, Special View's correspondent, interviewed the activists of the Walking around the Park project
Deaf-and-blind actress, painter and writer, Irina Povolotskaya talks about aromas, that New York and Moscow, autumn, winter and theatre have.
Sergey Alekseev, a traveler with Group 1 vision-impairment disability, covered more than 5200 kilometers on foot.
Vladimir Vaskevich told us, how the show was filmed and what issues he had to face.
Andrey Gostev – the leader of “Scale Plus” tourist club – talks about the trips for sightless travelers and crossing the Alps by touch.