SIGNS advertises itself as an immersive experience, like the way O.Noir does with blind people. The difference is that at O.Noir, you don’t see anything, but at Signs, you hear everything. The immersion only comes into play when you’re interacting with the staff. It’s worth noting they are extremely friendly and understanding. But SIGNS lacks staying power and appears to use their disability as a gimmick to justify high prices in a medium-end area.