The British Museum and Gallery provide visitors with the opportunity to visit the blind, one of the permanent aspirations of blind people who are interested in different areas of art is to understand visual artwork. Basically, the most accessible options are the individual presence The title is along with the explanations that the visitor presented to the blind about the artwork. Technology has made it easier to work and has eliminated the need for a companion. According to Iran Sepid, the Penlee House Gallery in the UK, for the first time with the help of a charitable foundation for the blind, allows the use of vision-impaired people One of its exhibitions has provided. The gallery has provided an audio guide by equipping its panels. These audio descriptions are recorded on a pen friend tool. The pen friend, a small device, is as large as a portable memory, with audio descriptions recorded on it, and the blind person can hear the description by tilting the tip of the device to a specific label. At this exhibition, a pen friendpen friend device will be placed at the disposal of any blind visitor, and this visitor can circulate the exhibition in front of the label of each board to read the corresponding description for that panel. The labels are colored. The orange is designed to help low-end users find them easily. There are also guides at the exhibition that help the blind to find the label for each board. “This is a very interesting method,” says Pam Beattie, a member of the charity forum about her experience with the exhibition. And yet simple. We can easily use the device. “The idea of doing this is actually from Pam. “I used to be a pen friend for a long time,” he says. I figured out how much this device could help in improving the visibility of the blind in a painting exhibition, and I suggested this idea to the association. “Now he and the other blind people are gathering together about their experience of visiting the gallery. They talk about ideas about how to improve this technology. Pam says, “It’s a way for me to weaken my central vision and can not focus on a phenomenon. I can see parts of the board, and audio explanations help to get information about the parts I have not seen. Combine what I’ve seen and heard so I can make the right impression of drawing boards for myself. “It’s a very simple and inexpensive technology, and all galleries can easily apply it to their exhibitions.