Seeing MS: my first take

So after writing about the Seeing MS project, I decided to play with the filters and see what would come out. These are my first two attempts at exposing the invisible disease. Head over to the site and vote for your favorites.

Blurred Vision
Blurred Vision
Spasticity
Spasticity
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2 thoughts on “Seeing MS: my first take

  1. I like your submissions, I took a look at the filters too and played around a bit but didn’t submit anything. I have blurred vision on and off, but mine might have needed a big black spot in the middle to show the ON better. The idea of the wood branches is great for spasticity – I have explained to my neuro that it feels like I’m turning into dry wood and he said it’s a very common feeling.

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    1. I know what you mean. When I go to bed sometimes I notice my right hand is completely relaxed whereas my left hand feels like a claw that’s been carved in wood. But it’s so hard to explain this to people who have never felt anything similar. That’s why I feel in love with this project.

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