During our brainstorming class last week someone (Alison–I think it was you?) was thinking about how photography translates the 3D world into 2D experience.
Well, what if that process were reversed?
‘touchable memories’ by pirate3D, turns photographs into 3D-printed objects for people without vision. the social experiment project aims to increase the awareness of the endless possibilities of using technology to improve lives. using an affordable home printer called buccaneer, the visually-impaired can re-experience images by fabricating a tangible scene of it.
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