Category Archives: Tactile Maps

Tactile maps? nah.. models..

As you are aware, esha was among the pioneers in promoting the widespread use of tactile maps in offices and schools to aid accessibility. our idea was to create 2d architctural blueprint like maps which will allow a visually challenged … Continue reading

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Staged Encounters at SAP, October 17, 2011

This was going to be Raju and Suparnaa’s show. 🙂 And it was! Raju impressed me particuarly, with his ability to connect with his audience. When you can’t make eye contact, its very difficult to engage your audience, or to … Continue reading

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Tactile Map Making workshop at Navjyoti

Esha, as some of you might know, has 5 revenue options: 1. Braille enabled visiting cards and stationery 2. Braille enabled greeting cards 3. Theater workshop for children and adults. 4. Accessibility Audit and Consulting 5. Tactile Maps Of these, … Continue reading

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Tactile Map of India and other Esha pictures

We have been very active with our pictures upload lately(which is to say that we were unpardonably lazy for some time in the middle, but hush, we are not saying it).. Presenting.. the second part of photo gallery updated with … Continue reading

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Must read article for tactile maps

http://circle.ubc.ca/bitstream/handle/2429/24232/Mapping%20for%20Change%20-%20Tactile%20Map%20of%20UBC.pdf?sequence=1

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How to make a tactile map

Esha’s tactile maps are special because you can use the same map for both kinds of disability – hearing and visual. This post deserves to have a page to itself, and it will soon be on the resources center on … Continue reading

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