Virtual Photo Walks, using Video conferencing tools to help people be interactive citizens again. - Home:
Virtual Photo Walks: If you watch this 2 min movie Google made about Virtual Photo Walks you will see what we do, http://youtu.be/y1Uv7as5ZmI
Virtual Photo Walks (VPW) was founded in Canada by John Butterill, it is a charity that harnesses the power of the internet and mobile communications to enable the disabled infirm and those isolated and hospitalized – young and old – to visit distant places. Using Virtual volunteer guides equipped with a smart phone's the disabled can participate in immersive, real-time experiences of places they will likely never see first-hand an African safari, a war veterans’ reunion, a hike in the forest. Participants are connected via the internet in real-time via video and voice, they can interact with each other and their virtual photographer guide in the private video conference. It is secure and moderated. – an extraordinarily interactive moving experience. Please watch the movie on the virtualphotowalks.org home page produced by Google to understand what we do.
If you know someone who would like to be included visit www.virtualphotowalks.org and fill out the form.
If you know of a hospital you think would like to be included contact John Butterill.
We are a public charity 501c3 in the USA.
Walk the walk for those that can't
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