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Freedom Sounds Festival Tactile Map

Freedom Sounds Festival Tactile Map

Touch Graphics is proud to provide the tactile map for the Freedom Sounds Festival celebrating the opening of the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture! This ledger-sized foldable map is printed with durable UV-cured ink and embossed with highly-defined tactile graphics.

Event: Audio-haptic Interactives for Universal Learning

Event: Audio-haptic Interactives for Universal Learning

Monday, 4:00-5:30pm, 3515 Tolman Hall Refreshments will be served The Cognition and Development and SESAME programs invite you to an exchange of ideas and innovations in education Fall 2016 Colloquium Series Sponsored by Cognition and Development & SESAME 3515 Tolman Hall Mondays, 4–5:30 pm          October 3 Audio-haptic interactives for universal learning Steve

Talking Tactile Sculpture

Talking Tactile Sculpture

The 3D print for our Talking Tactile Sculpture of the San Diego Museum of Art’s Guanyin Bodhisattva has been completed. This talking sculpture will be painted with a gold epoxy coating and equiped with touch sensitive technology. Mounted on a speaker pedestal, it will be displayed at SDMA and will allow visitors to explore an interactive version of this very important

Universal Interfaces

Universal Interfaces

Touch-responsive 3D surfaces and objects as universal interfaces Please explore this presentation:

New Tactile Museum Guide

New Tactile Museum Guide

We are currently in production on a beautiful new tactile museum guide booklet. This tabbed, 9 page, calendar style bound booklet features a tactile floor plan for each level as well as a large print and braille guide of that level’s exhibits. The cover features a location map with public transportation options and nearby buildings of

Talking Tactile Exhibit Panel Video

Talking Tactile Exhibit Panel Video

Watch a video narrated by San Diego Museum of Art curator John Marciari. Sanchez Cotan ‘ still life Quince, Cabbage, Melon and Cucumber was re-interpreted by Touch Graphics with help from tactile artist Ann Cunningham in audio-tactile bas relief. This painting speaks when touched and allows all visitors a rich understanding of the work. Learn

Engaging Creatures for All

Engaging Creatures for All

Touch Graphics is currently working with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) on a talking tactile book for children. This book with all children to imagine a wacky creature while learning about tactile graphics. The 8 page, bound book features 6 zany creatures and an accompanying page listing their features. The child’s task

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