Something In The Air At The V&A

Earlier this month I made another visit to the Victoria & Albert Museum. The first time I went there last year was with a lady called Rafie Cecilia, to see how accessible it was as a visually impaired person for her PhD study. And this time I met her at the museum again, but this time it was for a focus group accessibility study organised by some of her colleagues from University College London (UCL), and there were 3 other participants as well as me. The ladies from UCL (Lydia Porter, Jessica Andrich &Β Nicola FlΓΌchter) were running a few of these sessions over a couple of days, and this one had sounded very intriguing to me. Quite literally β€˜sounded’ in fact, given that it involved some clever use of ultrasound!

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