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Tactile graphics are images that use raised surfaces so that a visually impaired person can feel them. They are used to convey non-textual information such as Tactual maps, paintings, graphs and diagrams.

Tactile graphics can be seen as a subset of accessible images. Images can be made accessible to the visually impaired in various ways, such as verbal description, sound, or haptic (tactual) feedback.


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