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Woody Harrison Wins Telly Award for Lighthouse Video

AUSTIN, TEXAS — Woody Harrison, a video storyteller for nonprofits and member-driven associations, received the 2021 Telly Award for his video  introducing the Austin Lighthouse and its mission to the world. The Telly Awards, founded in 1979, honors excellence in video and television across all screens. The judging council comprises leading video and television experts… Continue Reading Woody Harrison Wins Telly Award for Lighthouse Video


Tech Tips: Seeing AI Product Channel

With the Seeing AI app, people who are blind or visually impaired can identify products with the quick scan of the barcode. Our adaptive tech instructor explains how in this week’s Tech Tips episode. Webinars in This Series:  


Lighthouse Employees Headed to Beep Baseball World Series

2021 World Series Logo: 2 bats are crossed with a beep baseball in the middle. World Series is written across the bats. A player swings above the bats and a base is below. Text reads presented by Visit Wichita and Envision.

Seven Austin Lighthouse employees are Wichita-bound for the 2021 Beep Baseball World Series. Our employees, representing the Austin Blackhawks and San Antonio Jets, will play in the National Beep Baseball Association (NBBA) tournament July 27 – 31 in Wichita, Kansas. Brandon Chesser, a beep baseball player and Lighthouse supervisor, shared a few details about the… Continue Reading Lighthouse Employees Headed to Beep Baseball World Series


Tech Tips: Seeing AI Document Channel

Need to read a document? Try Microsoft’s Seeing AI app for IOS devices. Our adaptive tech instructor Eric describes how it works in our Tech Tips YouTube series. Webinars in This Series:


Tech Tips: Seeing AI Short Text Channel

Join our tech instructor Eric Sifuentes as he demonstrates how to read printed text in realtime using Seeing AI’s Short Text channel. Webinars in This Series: