The Swedish designer has launched a unique project, thanks to which blind people will have the opportunity to find out what the mysterious smile of Gioconda looks like, which has won the hearts of people for several centuries, and will see other world masterpieces of painting. This will be possible thanks to innovative technologies.
A designer from Sweden has created a unique project, the goal of which is to provide blind people with the opportunity to get acquainted with the world's masterpieces of painting. This will be possible thanks to innovative technologies.
Few think, but blind people, in addition to many restrictions, are also deprived of the opportunity to see famous works of art, to get acquainted with the world of beauty. But that was until recently.
Thanks to the new project, the blind can “admire” the masterpieces, feeling their three-dimensional copies. And Helsinki-based designer Mark Dillon went even further - he founded a project called The Unseen Art Project, thanks to which everyone who has a special printer can print 3D copies of famous paintings at home.
Now the young man is collecting funds for the implementation of his project. Mark shares that in the future he intends to send his 3D models to universities, libraries and schools around the world.
The designer also sends a 3D model of da Vinci's famous "Mona Lisa" to all those who donated $ 30 to his project:
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