19th century art form revival, tactile science graphics for the blind

19th century art form revival, tactile science graphics for the blind

enlarge / 3D-printed stone powder could help vision-impaired scientists “see” data, such as from protein separation gels, with their fingertips. Audan Kuhn/Brian Shaw In the 19th century, an art form known as lithography was all the rage in Western Europe. These thin prints are usually made from translucent materials such as porcelain or wax. When …

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