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Masterpieces Turned into 3D Printed Sculptures for Blind and Visually Impaired People to Enjoy

Usually, the masterpieces of artists are paintings and hence, only people who are able to see can enjoy the real beauty of it. However, have you ever thought about what a blind person would do? They have only heard about these masterpieces and have heard people appreciate about them. However, they have never been able to experience it for real. Marc Dillon, a person who started a venture called Unseen Art, has been their guardian angel and has worked on a project to transform these masterpieces into 3-D sculptures so that blind people can get to feel them. The art pieces produced will be available for free and can be downloaded and printed using a 3-D printer so that even blind people get o experience it. Only Mona Lisa has been complete as of now and they are planning to create the entire collection within a short span. People can download it and keep it for themselves or donate it to places where blind people will get to feel it!

3D Printed Sculptures for Blind

3D Printed Sculptures for Blind

3D Printed Sculptures for Blind

3D Printed Sculptures for Blind

3D Printed Sculptures for Blind

3D Printed Sculptures for Blind

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