Thursday, February 11, 2016

3D-printed braille and picture books help blind children to read

According to an article in de zeen magazine, "A team from the University of Colorado Boulder have used 3D printing to create tactile versions of famous books for visually impaired children." The pages have both braille text and raised images that will allow children with vision impairments to experience a picture book using touch.

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