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How blind people and those with low vision can experience the eclipse

A group using LightSound during the 2023 annular eclipse. (Courtesy of Rochelle Pettaway)
A group using LightSound during the 2023 annular eclipse. (Courtesy of Rochelle Pettaway)

A small device translates light into sound, enabling blind and low-vision people to experience the solar eclipse.

Here & Now‘s Scott Tong talks with one of the creators of the LightSound Project, Allyson Bieryla.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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