Where there's a will there's a way

  TOPCAT® 19:03 14 Feb 05

Lovely story about a student who was blind at seven and with some assistance has developed prototype software to help him 'see' colours. All done using the eighty-eight notes of the piano.

I wish him well with his current studies and hope he can profit from a viable commercial version later on. Something more that will help those blinded after birth and can still only remember what we see every day. TC.
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  Joe R 21:01 14 Feb 05


Fascinating reading, it is really humbling, to think that, we have severe problems sometimes, regarding computers.

  stalion 22:46 14 Feb 05

Full marks to these people and their innovative ideas and I wish him every successs.

Where there's no will the government takes it all

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