General Education and Inclusion
A blind undergraduate is developing an audio-tactile graphics display (TGD) that turns scientific and mathematical diagrams and graphs into a touchable format, in an attempt to make life easier for visually impaired students.
Students with visual impairments in Tyler Texas learn to play baseball, volleyball, golf, and other games at a recreation event focused on encouraging participation in sports and liesure.
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Marc Dillon, founder of Unseen Art, is making classic forms of classic art, including paintings and sculptures, more accessible to the blind and visually impaired using 3D printing techniques.