Seeing the Sound for Blind Photography| Pranav Lal | IIS

Published on October 30, 2017 by Team India Inclusion Summit

Techie, Visually impaired photographer, Pranav Lal, in this innovative display of what technology can do, takes the audience through how he sees the sound, makes judgements and clicks photographs! There are many moments in his talk where he reiterates how human brain is sharp enough to distinguish various ex-ternal stimulus and we make meaning. Hear him speak at IIS 2016, where he shares and demonstrates his pho-tography skills! About India Inclusion Summit India Inclusion Summit is a community driven initiative that brings togeth-er thought leaders from the field of inclusion to deliberate, discuss and take forward diverse talents available in our society. The Summit is an egalitarian platform attracting people from a range of fields. Along with you, we aspire to create the world’s largest platform that fosters diversity and inclusion in the society. And, we dream to inspire 10 million lives in our journey of inclusion by 2020 Follow IIS on Facebook:… web: Twitter: Bio of Pranav: Pranav Lal has been blind since birth, but that did not stop him from exploring vis-uals. He took up photography as a challenge and used technology, that converts sights into sound, to his advantage. Pranav likes taking photos of nature and complex industrial machinery. He is a frequent blogger and he regularly reviews visual aids for blind and visually challenged people.

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