3D art that helps the blind enjoy art
July 4, 2016
Famous works of art like the Monalisa can now be enjoyed by the visually impaired thanks to 3D art. This was introduced by the company 3D Photoworks that turns art into a version that is 3D and can be touched for people visiting museums and science centres.
The art has sensors and when these are activated, a voice describes what is being touched on the image. The technology was developed over seven years to enable the blind to enjoy art and photography.
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