Monday, August 02, 2004

During vacation I visited the Virtual Village at the Charlotte/Mecklenburg library in North Carolina. You can see my pictures here. They have several computers for video and audio editing as well as an experimental station where patrons can test new programs. There are 6 assistive technology stations with mouth controlled joysticks and screen readers. The most striking features are the bright colors, indirect lighting and unusual room dividers.


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