If you’re planning on visiting the Information Age gallery at London’s Science Museum, make sure you download the free Audio Eyes app first. Available for iOS phones or tablets, this neat app unlocks audio descriptions of the environment, key objects, and tactile displays, and rather than guide the visitor, it responds to their movements around the gallery.
It works by picking up Bluetooth signals that automatically trigger audio notifications on your phone or tablet.
Click here to download the app for free and here to find out more about accessibility at the Science Museum.
Have you used Audio Eyes during your visit to the Science Museum? Share your experiences with other blind and partially sighted people by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If it’s an art gallery you’re heading to, don’t forget to search our online library for tactile images of famous artists and so much more!