An easy-to-read encyclopedic handbook on translating visual information into a three-dimensional form that blind and visually impaired persons can understand. This heavily illustrated guide covers theory, techniques, materials, and step-by-step instructions for educators, rehabilitators, graphic artists, museum and business personnel, employers, and anyone involved in producing tactile material for visually impaired persons. Separate chapters are devoted to such important topics as production methods, how to edit and prepare material, pictures, maps, charts and graphs, and displays for readers with low vision.Polly Edman American Foundation for the Blind ... EMBOSSED. PAPER. DISPLAYS. Most beginners work with paper-on-paper displays first, because the technique is a relatively simple ... This technique is suitable for one or more copies of simple pictures, maps, and graphs that do not require much detail or variety of line.
|Publisher||:||American Foundation for the Blind - 1992|