The two images featured this week are experimental sketches I am using to gauge how they are received before I design a landscape for a more permanent medium. Josh Miele has generously agreed to talk to me about his impressions of them and tactile images in general.
“The Miele Lab is part of The Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute in San Francisco, CA. Joshua A. Miele, Ph.D., is the principal investigator of this innovative team, conducting cutting-edge research into some of the most challenging and exciting areas of access to information for blind and visually-impaired people of all ages. The lab is part of Smith-Kettlewell’s Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center.” from the SKI.org website
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