Most of us have seen classic works of art like the Mona Lisa, if not in person than in books and prints. However, for those who can’t see, enjoying art is virtually impossible — until now, that is. The Unseen Art Project is a new opportunity for blind and visually impaired people to experience art, not with their eyes but with their hands. With the help of 3D technology, the Unseen Art Project has created replicas of masterpieces that can be touched instead of seen, allowing the person to feel the shapes, ridges, and contours of the work. More about this story in the photos below.
**To see one blind woman experience the Mona Lisa for the first time, check out the video below.**