The radio show "Spanarna" is a trendspotting show where a few select citizens look at possible trends in society. In relation to language and understanding over long lengths of time the SUITCEYES project was mentioned as an example of upcoming technologies to facilitate communication in a more inclusive manner. The trendspotter Per Naroskin started his train of thought in reflections based on interaction with a person with deafblindness. The episode…
The project SUITCEYES is now also published on the Swedish website Voister - a smarter IT news site, which was nominated for the publishing price 2017. Here is the link to the full article!
The science journalist Tomas Lindblad attended the symposium at the very start of the SUITCEYES project. This resulted in an in depth commentary on february 21 where people with deaf blindness as well as caregivers, researchers and external advisors were interviewed in a 19 minutes radio special. Link to the radio programme
A Twitter page for the project SUITCEYES has been recently created. Have a look at it here and follow us on Twitter!
Another local newspaper from Germany ("Badisches Tagblatt") introduced SUITCEYES in an article on February 14, 2018. If you are interested, please refer to this document: BT_Blick ins Land
In the edition of "Medizin & Technik" (in English: "Medicine & Technology") in January 2018, the project SUITCEYES is introduced in the research section. You can read the article here, on page 69.
Today an interview about SUITCEYES was given on the Polish National Radio, Programme III! If you are interested: here is the link with an article and the audio file.
The EU project SUITCEYES is now also published in a local newspaper in Germany. If you want to read the full article, please refer to this link. We are so excited about the project's start in only a little more than two weeks!
SUITCEYES is introduced again in a local newspaper in Germany. Here you can read the full article.
With the official start of SUITCEYES, the project was made known also in Poland by the Polish Press Agency. Which is operating under the auspices of the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Here you can read the whole article.