A vision for independence: Colorado Center for the Blind puts students to work
By Peter Jones
Like many 21st century professionals, Chip Johnson uses technology to get him through his workday – a portable computer and an iPhone among them.
“A lot of people use this in a job situation or at school when they need something pretty portable,” Johnson says while demonstrating his small electronic note-taking device. “It’s not as big as carrying a laptop around.”
The well-versed techie could likely operate such computerized equipment with his eyes closed. And he might as well. He’s blind.