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The National Gallery of Prague was involved in an incredible world first – the first ever Virtual Reality experience for blind and visually impaired people, experienced using a pair of haptic gloves. Haptic gloves can use force feedback and vibration to give the illusion that the wearer is touching something that isn’t there, and the gallery partnered up with NeuroDigital Technologies to create a Touching Masterpieces installation, which gave people the chance to experience what it was like to touch such classic sculptures as the Venus de Milo and Michelangelo’s David.

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