Reply To: Examples of accessibility helping people who aren’t disabled

  • pieterghijsels

    July 23, 2021 at 6:42 pm

    The Louvre museum in Paris, France, used to have a room for visually impaired visitors. It had tactile elements, often copies of the objects in display elsewhere in the museum. The room was often booked by classes of sighted children, who enjoyed to actually touch, instead of only being allowed to look at everything. So, the museum introduced those elements everywhere in their exhibitions, allowing everybody to experience the pieces in a tactile way.

    (Image: tactile display of the different stages of enamel production.)

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