Hello Chip,The brief presentations we held was so each vendor could demo one or two products. Then everyone could go to the vendor table to learn more, experience the product in more detail. There really is only so much time and we tried to share at least a brief demo of the latest greatest technology. I am sure you would agree in today's time the Technology is changing so quickly, so rapidly it is difficult to keep up with the latest and greatest. The glasses are a lot like the technology recently discussed on this group.
I am sorry if I missed you this weekend I stayed pretty busy.We do our best to provide the community an opportunity to see the latest in technology for the blind & visually impaired. We also had the new accessible voting machines which give a paper ballot that everyone was requesting. it was an opportunity to use the machine and give your input.
I would be happy to take note of any suggestions or recommendations for next year's Techno Demo from anyone on the list. I can be reached at tking@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx or at 850-942-3658 ext. We are always looking to make improvements and to meet the needs of the blind & visually impaired community.
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