With headsets and the help of Bill Wilcox, a volunteer with MindsEye, who did a play-by-play of the action in the sky, people were able to enjoy the 2017 eclipse in a different way. 25 visually impaired and blind people visited the Missouri School for the Blind for a "watch and listen party. Many of them said this was a perfect example of how people with visual impairments can be included with everyone else.

Video by Rene Delgadillo