Friday, April 18, 2014

Brad Davis, Dr. Rohit Varma, and Jeff Todd on Easter Weekend Show


Onyx Deskset HD Portable Video Magnifier (Freedom Scientific)


Dr. Rohit Varma (University of Southern California - Los Angeles)

Jeff Todd (Prevent Blindness - Chicago)

On the Easter weekend show, we have Brad Davis of Freedom Scientific discussing the new Onyx HD Deskset HD portable video magnifier.  


 
4/18/2014 Podcast (Click Image Below)

Friday, March 28, 2014

Bill Holton, Jamie O'Mally On March 29-30 Show



Kindle Fire HDX


Jamie O'Mally (NRTC on Blindness and Low Vision at Mississippi State University - Starkville, MS)


On our final show of March, we'll have Bill Holton of AFB AccessWorld give his product review of  the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9".

Then, Jamie O'Mally of the National Research and Training Center on Blindness and Low Vision at Mississippi State University (NRTC) talks about the upcoming State of the Science conference and various projects in which the NRTC is involved.

3/29/2014 Podcast (Click Image Below)

Friday, March 7, 2014

Dr. Machelle Pardue and Michael Hingson On March 8-9 Show



 
Dr. Machelle Pardue (Emory University - Atlanta, GA)

Running with Roselle by Michael Hingson

On our first March show, Dr. Machelle Pardue of Emory University makes a return appearance to discuss the possible link between exercise and a slowed progression of macular degeneration.

Then, Michael Hingson talks about his book, Running With Roselle, which is about the upbringing of a guide dog that eventually assisted in leading the author out of the World Trade Center on 9/11.


3/8/2014 Podcast (Click Image Below)

Friday, February 21, 2014

AMD, Diplopia Game, and MVRF On Feb. 22-23 Show

Dr. John Kitchens (Retina Associates of Kentucky - Lexington)

Diplopia Game Logo

Dawn Prall George (Macula Vision Research Foundation - West Conshohocken, PA)
This weekend, Retina Associates of Kentucky's Dr. John Kitchens discusses the results of a study about macular degeneration.

Then, James Blaha talks about a three-dimensional video game, called Diplopia, which those with strabismus and amblyopia with their visual skills.

Finally, Dawn Prall George will be along to detail the activities and services of the Macula Vision Research Foundation in suburban Philadelphia.

2/22/2014 Podcast (Click Image Below)

Friday, February 14, 2014

Ed Summers, Dr. Michael Iuvone, and Kathy Lamb (Presidents' Day Weekend)


Ed Summers (SAS - Cary, NC)

Dr. Michael Iuvone (Emory University - Atlanta, GA)

Vocatex Plus

On the Presidents' Day weekend show, we'll have Ed Summers of SAS in Cary, North Carolina, discussing an astronomy e-book called, "Reach for the Stars".

Then, Dr. Michael Iuvone of Atlanta's Emory University talks about the retina and circadian rhythms.

Finally, Kathy Lamb of AdaptiveWare explains the CCTV, the Vocatex Plus, and the handheld magnifier, the I-loview.
 
2/15/2014 Podcast (Click Image Below)

Monday, February 10, 2014

Dr. Cionni, Dr. Pardue, and Kathy Lamb On Feb. 8-9 Show

Dr. Robert Cionni (Eye Institute of Utah - Salt Lake City, UT)
Dr. Machelle Pardue (Emory University -Atlanta, GA)


On our first February show, we have Dr. Robert Cionni of the Eye Institute of Utah discussing the ORA system with VerifEye that assists in cataract surgery.


The last guest is AdaptiveWare's Kathy Lamb explaining GW Micro's reading systems, ReadIt Air and Lex Air.
02/08/2014 Podcast (Click Image Below)

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Digital Eye Strain and Travel Habits of Glaucoma Sufferers on MLK Weekend Show

Dr. Josh Dunaief (University of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia, PA)

Dr. Pradeep Ramulu (Johns Hopkins University - Baltimore, MD)

For this MLK Day weekend, we have Dr. Josh Dunaief of the University of Pennsylvania discussing digital eye strain, which is caused by excessive staring at computer screens.  

Then, Dr. Pradeep Ramulu of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore talks about glaucoma and its effect on the travel habits of those it afflicts.

1/18/2014 Podcast (Click Image Below)

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