Tooteko Wants 3D Printed Artwork Replicas to Speak to the Blind

As amazing as the possibilities that 3D printing can open to those with visual disabilties are, they are not new. A few museums across the world have been gearing up to offer 3D replicas of their artistic collections, whether they be sculptures or even paintings that are to be “3D’ed” first and then 3D printed. Allowing blind people to “see” the works of art through touch is, however, only one part of a process that aims to overcome disabilities through technologies, allowing anyone to experience art in alternative ways.
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