In recent years, the sphere of culture and art has been paying more and more attention to expanding its audience. The issues of accessibility of both architectural and content accessibility for visitors with limited mobility, including people with disabilities, are solved by many specialists of various profiles.
Inclusive practices are rapidly developing in museums, theaters, and cinema. They include not only the work of specialist audio commentators or audio descriptors, but also adaptation for the blind and visually impaired visitors of museum expositions, exhibitions, galleries.
This is where adaptive technologies come to the rescue. Specialists develop principles and methods for adapting different genres of visual arts for perception by all visitors with visual impairments, not only the visually impaired, but also the blind.