I recently described a photo taken by a photographer who is blind, with the aim of providing information readable by a screen redader so that other blind people can ‘see’ the picture and eventually the photographer may have feedback on what is imprinted on her shots and find out what they communicate to the observer. Read
What is this strange white thing? A stone? A shell? A bone? A sculpture?
As you try to guess, I think it is very difficult to understand what it is, unless you know the name: Deafblind Shape. Read
Have you ever wondered how life would be if most people were blind? Or, ironically, if by some remote chance, we were all blind or deaf? Read Read
My mother tongue (Muttersprache, I learned today) is Italian, I speak English quite well because I began to study it in school when i was 10 (rather late though) and the teacher in high school hold me in the classroom while my friends were smoking in the bathroom during the break to teach me the exact pronunciation. Read
Ernst Mach is one of the most important exponents dell’empioriocriticism (aaaah!). His study sought to provide an epistemological (aaaah!) approach to scientific knowledge, questioning deterministic meccanicism (aaaah!).Too many big words. Read
Kevin Frost is a world class speed skater – he is ranked as the third top speed skater in the world in his age group. Read
But you, what you see?
I’ve been asked many times. Probably they were curious. Who does not know the disease, but in any case who encounters a patient with retinitis pigmentosa is easily wondering what he sees, how he sees. Read
Try this test.
Watch the video below in which six people, three in white shirt and three in black pass each other a basketball. Read
Do you know TOMMY, the album by The Who?
It is a concept album based on the story of a boy born at the end of World War I, who became deaf, blind and mute. Read