Adding Sound To Images

I always have print and Braille labels with my artwork but sometimes being able to access audio files is preferable. I would like to share the methods I am going to be using at my next exhibit. There is a broad range of solutions. If you have some solutions of your own I would love to hear about them, too.

Links to vendors mentioned in this video:

PiggyBack
Go here to explore accessible exhibits in your area!

Touch Graphics
Go here to discover what Steve Landau and his team are cooking up next. He always has new innovations afoot.

Pen Friend
This product is made by RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) and can be purchased in the U.S.A. on Amazon or the Braille Bookstore.

We purchased the sound cone recording devices at Big Dawgs Greetings.

If you would like to share information about methods you know of, or have created, please write a reply and join the conversation!

I hope to see you at the Denver Art Museum. Please be sure to introduce yourself!

 

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