Images: Visual relief for the nearly blind
by Bill Detwiler | July 18, 2006, 3:39pm PDT | Image 2 of 7
In addition to directing the Visual Experiences for the Blind Group at MIT, Goldring also creates art. Her "retina prints" layer a featured image, taken with a digital camera, over the image of a retina, a symbol of the process behind the Retinal Imaging Machine Vision System (RIMVS)--the color-seeing machine she co-developed with other researchers. "Dome" (2004) shows a picture of the Massachusetts State House in Boston.
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