Posted by: Geoff Gloeckler on December 20, 2011
We’ve been tracking the progress of the Polar Vision team since they began their expedition to the South Pole in late November. Currently, the team has traveled about 350 miles, with 150 to go. Today they sent over a video of their preparation right before they stepped foot in Antarctica. It’s an interesting look at what they went through just before taking off. I recommend viewing it in full screen mode.
In late September we introduced you to team Polar Vision, Alan Lock, Richard Smith, and Andrew Jensen, three recent MBA grads who are trekking to the South Pole to raise awareness for visual impairment. While on their journey, the team will be filing periodic blog posts.