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Published on November 21, 2016 by Microsoft

Landscape painter Keith Salmon dedicated his career to visualizing the mountains of Scotland. As his eyesight started to deteriorate, he soon realized that his art could be expressed in new ways with the help of technology and sound. Keith partnered with Microsoft Researcher Neel Joshi to build an interactive audio visual exhibit at the 9e2 festival of art and technology in Seattle that allows individuals with visual impairment, as well as those with sight, to experience the canyons of Oregon. Learn more at www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/blog/keith-salmon-oregon-project/

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Gavriel Tashimov
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Gavriel Tashimov
10 days 18 hours ago

haa!! I saw iMac I thought they using "Microsoft Products"!😒😒

Kiva Gordon (Tech Guy)
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Kiva Gordon (Tech Guy)
12 days 14 hours ago

good idea

Антон Кулибякин
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Антон Кулибякин
16 days 11 hours ago

почему проблема осталась на windows 10. после обновления пк виснет?

DrawThatRedstone
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DrawThatRedstone
19 days 12 hours ago

Here before this blows up

Brandon Alvarado
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Brandon Alvarado
19 days 12 hours ago

i saw an apple laptop in there

Mohammed El Ouahabi
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Mohammed El Ouahabi
11 days 22 hours ago

spy

Zaeem Atif
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Zaeem Atif
18 days 1 hour ago

Brandon Alvarado yes man at 0:41..haha😂😂

Joao Castilho
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Joao Castilho
18 days 20 hours ago

I TOO, Microsoft…  ammm

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MyNameIs Tom
19 days 12 hours ago

First

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