Currently, visually impaired people have options like braille for reading text and signage, but more limited options for things like interactive maps. Linespace hopes to help with its prototype, which combines a large drafting table, custom software, and a 3D printing head to create on-the-fly drawings for blind users to "see."
We're also into "Doors," an interactive art exhibit created to start a conversation about shared virtual reality experiences. It's a literal doorway to a virtual world that's interactive. Much like going to the movies with a large crowd (or with a friend), using VR alongside others can be a very different experience than being isolated in a headset.
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