Is it possible to ‘read’ a piece?

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“With 285 million blind people worldwide, we’re going to change the way they ‘see’ art and photography. For the first time, they’ll have tactile, quality information that will be on a level playing field with the sighted.” says John Olson, who used to be a photographer for ‘LIFE’ magazine, now founder of ‘3D Photoworks‘.

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This company now prints legendary paintings in 3D, in a process that took Olson’s company 7 years to develop, so that a person can ‘read’ the piece with its own hands. They also include sensors that share additional information in explanatory audios about details or the piece in general.

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