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Recording and slides for ‘seeing without light’ lecture now available

On Wednesday 18 April it was a great privilege to give a free public lecture at the University of Western Australia titled ‘The Seeing without Light: how people with disability are embracing emerging technologies’. The talk was part of the 2018 Light Talks series, “Living with and without light.” The series is presented by UWA Optical Society (OSA) student chapter and the UWA Institute of Advanced Studies.

Firstly I’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who came along to listen too my presentation. It was a great night and I really enjoyed the opportunity to share the information with you.

Secondly, if you weren’t able to make it on the night or would like a recap, I’ve included a recording of the lecture on this webpage and provided a link to download the slides.

The audio recording can be streamed using the embedded player below.

You can also download the slides for the lecture using this link (PDF file).

If you have any questions you’re more than welcome to get in touch. You can do so using the details on the Contact page

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