ELIA Talk, December 12th, 2:30pm

Two hands with finger tips running along red symbols printed onto a page.

Join this presentation as part of the weekly community meetings hosted by the IDRC.

Location: Room 220, 205 Richmond St. West
Remote attendance can be accessed via this link.

ELIA Life Technology (ELT) is a public benefit corporation that develops assistive technology for people who have a visual impairment. The company’s flagship product is the ELIA Frames™ font: an intuitive tactile font for people who are previously sighted. Designed with independence in mind, the ELIA Frames™ font has been developed with funding from the National Institutes of Health. Are you interested in learning more about ELIA and talking with the team? Sign up to participate in the web workshop.

ELIA Frames™ were formally introduced to the world with a successful Kickstarter Campaign and debuted at the Smithsonian’s Cooper Hewitt Design Museum. The company is a member of the NEW INC. cultural incubator, affiliated with the New Museum.

Andrew Chepaitis is the president and CEO. Byron Johnson is the Research and Operations Manager. ELT is based in Brooklyn, NY.

Website: www.theeliaidea.com