Adam Gopnik, "Feel Me: What the new science of touch says about ourselves," The New Yorker May 2016 Issue). Our skin is no neutral envelope; it is a busily sensing organ that situates us in relation to others and the world.
Google launches $20 million challenge to innovate designs for people with disabilities
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How We Used VR to Explore What Music Feels Like to a Deaf Person
With the help of two deaf collaborators, virtual reality producers at The Times made an immersive video about the experience of hearing music after receiving a cochlear implant.