This project is called Notes on Blindness. I chose this project because it demonstrates how VR can provide a new perspective to people who have not considered other points of view. In this case, the visualization of sound and the experience of it when one is blind is extremely profound. What I like about this project is that it puts a keyhole in front of the reality of non-blind people. What is interesting is that by seeing less, you see more, which is really powerful. One part of the project that I really enjoy is the visual take on the human voice and how it fills a virtual space differently than footsteps, for example.