Every day, we use our senses to navigate the world. We often times take the use of our senses for granted, that is, until we lose or damage one.
Not all are born with all five senses, and some lose sense(s) through the course of their lives. This leads to the question, how would we react to losing any one of our senses?
There are opportunities to make our environment accessible to more, if not all, people. In order to do so, we need to be able to understand and experience from others' points of view.
Making Sense allows you to focus on all of your senses, specifically when navigating without sight.
Take the time to consider a simple task, like buying a train ticket, without using your sight. And the time to explore your senses.