Tech Hub Vision with David Woodbridge

Welcome to the Vision Australia Store Tech Hub Page

My name is David Woodbridge and I am in charge of the Tech Hub at the Vision Australia Vision Store at VA’s head office in Parramatta. I have 30 years of experience and knowledge to share with you.

On this page, you will find information on how to find and contact me and other staff within the Vision Store, what types of tech you can expect to experience in the tech hub, our hands-on Tech Fridays, discussion groups on various topics as we evolve, polls on various topics, and a news feed of documents as we explore current and future tech.

Besides the tech hub, I also produce a weekly Vision Australia Radio show called Talking Tech where I discuss main stream and assistive tech of interest to the general and blind/low vision community.

You can catch the program live on Vision Australia Radio every Tuesday at 4:30PM Sydney/Melbourne time. If you would like to catch up with the program on-demand, you can listen to the show via your favourite pod catcher, Vision Australia Library I-Access, iTunes, Google Home (just say “play Talking Tech from Vision Australia) or go to the Talking Tech podcast page at: http://talkingtech.podbean.com

As a way of researching for the Talking Tech radio show, I favourite/like a lot of potential story’s, some of which don’t make it on. If you would like to see all the Twitter storey’s that I have taken an interest in, you will find a twitter feed on this page (within a Twitter frame) of my current/past favourite/likes.

As a way of generating interesting tech to demo on Tech Fridays, and to write news articles about, I produce my own personal podcast called - iSee - technology from a Blind Persons Perspective, which you can find at: http://davidwoodbr.podbean.com

Like my Talking Tech show, you can listen to it in various ways.

The News Feed that I have included on this page, are the articles that I write as a basis of doing my personal podcasts, and work for Vision Australia.

At the end of the day, this is all about sharing information for all of us. Please take advantage of the discussion groups, polls, Twitter and news feeds, and feel free to contact me via the 1300 847-466 number for Vision Australia or email me at: david.woodbridge@visionaustralia.org


How to find and Contact Us

The Tech Hub is located within the Vision Australia Store:

Level 7

128 Marsden Street

Parramatta NSW 2250

The big tip is - the entrance to the building is off Argyle Street just past the coffee shop on the corner of Marsden/Argyle streets.

Operating hours for the store are 9AM to 5PM Monday to Friday with the Tech Fridays running from 10AM to 3PM.

visionstore@visionaustralia.org

What type of tech can you expect to find in the Tech Hub

You will be able to try out smart speakers, smart TBS, robot vacuum cleaners, wearable technology, Apple products, other mobile phones/tablets, talking microwaves, talking induction plates, electronic video magnifiers etc. Plus these and others, there will be specific tech on show for tryout and discussion on tech Fridays.

Just a note on Tech Fridays, whilst there will be a theme and associated tech for the day, you can still come in to the store and have a chat about any technology topic of interest to you as a blind or low vision person.

Request to sign up to our Tech Friday news and upcoming events by emailing visionstore@visionaustralia.org

Please fine below the discussion forums, my Twitter feed of favourites/likes, polls, and my news feed of interesting articles.

If you would like to sign the guest book whilst you are visiting,that would be great, but not necessary.

In his role as Adaptive Technology Advisor for VA and passion for technology, David Woodbridge admits he more tech than most people. Remember, this information is of a general nature only and is not a substitute for advice or a personal assessment. To be clear: You should seek personal advice before acting on any of this information or experience. Vision Australia


Welcome to the Vision Australia Store Tech Hub Page

My name is David Woodbridge and I am in charge of the Tech Hub at the Vision Australia Vision Store at VA’s head office in Parramatta. I have 30 years of experience and knowledge to share with you.

On this page, you will find information on how to find and contact me and other staff within the Vision Store, what types of tech you can expect to experience in the tech hub, our hands-on Tech Fridays, discussion groups on various topics as we evolve, polls on various topics, and a news feed of documents as we explore current and future tech.

Besides the tech hub, I also produce a weekly Vision Australia Radio show called Talking Tech where I discuss main stream and assistive tech of interest to the general and blind/low vision community.

You can catch the program live on Vision Australia Radio every Tuesday at 4:30PM Sydney/Melbourne time. If you would like to catch up with the program on-demand, you can listen to the show via your favourite pod catcher, Vision Australia Library I-Access, iTunes, Google Home (just say “play Talking Tech from Vision Australia) or go to the Talking Tech podcast page at: http://talkingtech.podbean.com

As a way of researching for the Talking Tech radio show, I favourite/like a lot of potential story’s, some of which don’t make it on. If you would like to see all the Twitter storey’s that I have taken an interest in, you will find a twitter feed on this page (within a Twitter frame) of my current/past favourite/likes.

As a way of generating interesting tech to demo on Tech Fridays, and to write news articles about, I produce my own personal podcast called - iSee - technology from a Blind Persons Perspective, which you can find at: http://davidwoodbr.podbean.com

Like my Talking Tech show, you can listen to it in various ways.

The News Feed that I have included on this page, are the articles that I write as a basis of doing my personal podcasts, and work for Vision Australia.

At the end of the day, this is all about sharing information for all of us. Please take advantage of the discussion groups, polls, Twitter and news feeds, and feel free to contact me via the 1300 847-466 number for Vision Australia or email me at: david.woodbridge@visionaustralia.org


How to find and Contact Us

The Tech Hub is located within the Vision Australia Store:

Level 7

128 Marsden Street

Parramatta NSW 2250

The big tip is - the entrance to the building is off Argyle Street just past the coffee shop on the corner of Marsden/Argyle streets.

Operating hours for the store are 9AM to 5PM Monday to Friday with the Tech Fridays running from 10AM to 3PM.

visionstore@visionaustralia.org

What type of tech can you expect to find in the Tech Hub

You will be able to try out smart speakers, smart TBS, robot vacuum cleaners, wearable technology, Apple products, other mobile phones/tablets, talking microwaves, talking induction plates, electronic video magnifiers etc. Plus these and others, there will be specific tech on show for tryout and discussion on tech Fridays.

Just a note on Tech Fridays, whilst there will be a theme and associated tech for the day, you can still come in to the store and have a chat about any technology topic of interest to you as a blind or low vision person.

Request to sign up to our Tech Friday news and upcoming events by emailing visionstore@visionaustralia.org

Please fine below the discussion forums, my Twitter feed of favourites/likes, polls, and my news feed of interesting articles.

If you would like to sign the guest book whilst you are visiting,that would be great, but not necessary.

In his role as Adaptive Technology Advisor for VA and passion for technology, David Woodbridge admits he more tech than most people. Remember, this information is of a general nature only and is not a substitute for advice or a personal assessment. To be clear: You should seek personal advice before acting on any of this information or experience. Vision Australia


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