This New Campaign is Giving Blind People a Chance to "See" Art
Dec 03, 2015 10:45
This company is trying to give people who can't see the benefit of checking out art. Called Unseen Art, they are developing a software platform that will transform classic pieces we know and love into 3D printed models that you can touch.
Unseen Art founder Marc Dillon said, “Creating equal access for art globally is our passion and goal. There are many people in the world who have heard of classical artworks their whole lives but are unable to see them. Now they can experience them for the first time and create their own impressions and opinions.”
They’re starting off with the ‘Mona Lisa.’ As Dillon told TechCrunch.
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