John Bramblitt took up painting after he became blind 13 years ago. It can be somewhat hard without the gift of sight, but that doesn’t stop John. Using canvas with special lines on it, and textured paint in Braille marked bottles, he seems to be doing quite well. Touch lets him identify the paint by the texture as well as the borders of shapes. He also uses haptic feedback to paint portraits of people he has never seen – including his wife and son.