In recent years, the inclusion of persons with visual impairments (PVI) is taking tremendous steps, especially with regards to group meetings. However, a significant part of communication is conveyed through non-verbal communication which is commonly inaccessible, such as deictic pointing gestures or the mimics and body language of participants. MAPVI proposes new technologies on making meetings more accessible for PVIs. Therefore, we explore which relevant information has to be tracked and how those can be sensed for the users. Finally, those captured information get translated into a multitude of haptic feedback to make them accessible.