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ADA, Exhibition Design

Visually Impaired Software

No Comments 06 March 2012

aDesigner is a visually impaired software simulator developed by Chieko Asakawa and IBM Research Tokyo. The software helps designers ensure that their content and applications are accessible and usable by the visually impaired.

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ADA, Emerging Technologies, Exhibition Design, Museum Resources

Tactile Graphics for Museums

No Comments 08 February 2010

Today, I visited the Metropolitan Museum of Manila, an excellent Museum.  The Museum makes use of Tactile Graphics in their painting gallery.  Tactile graphics are images that are designed to be touched rather than looked at. The content of the graphic is represented by a set of symbols selected to be easily read and understood. [...]

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