Beyond Braille: 3-D Printed Books For The Blind
Now here's something Helen Keller couldn't have dreamed up: the, but with all the pictures — the mittens and the kittens, the socks and clock, the mouse and little house — come to life in sculptural 3-D. Researchers at the University of Colorado, Boulder already have imagined it. And they, along with others in the Tactile Picture Books Project, — as well as 3-D printed versions of and The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
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