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Photo Exhibit Designed for the Blind

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Photo Exhibit Designed for the Blind

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Photo Exhibit Designed for the Blind

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An exhibit at London's Natural History Museum contains photographs that are meant to be touched. Artists created the tactile photos by utilizing a type of plastic in order to create texture which gives the sense of depth, light and shadow. Carrie Giardino reports.

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