Every one is the sense he has. Or why Noisyvision is NOISY-VISION?

Among the comments to the last post I published The music for an hearing impaired I found a very interesting one written by Zoe, which offers the opportunity to deepen one of the main topic of Noisyvision. Let’s first read some part of the comment “ I believe that when we talk about hearing impaired people and music, in fact we talk about different interpretations.
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Describe photos with words so the blind and visually impaired can see them

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.
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What is the shape of deafblindness?

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. Maybe then you can make a more plausible hypothesis.
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