California in Braille

California Republic” by Håkan Dahlström licensed under CC BY 2.0

Source: KCET

Map curator Chris Salvano of Cal State University of Northridge, created an incredible map of California with Braille identifiers for the state’s unique geography.

The map includes ridges for identifying mountain ranges, still bodies of water, rivers and direction orientation.

For those who are blind, interpreting the map of California becomes a unique process tied to understanding the changes in terrain across the state.

Read full story at: KCET

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