The little things in everyday life that we take for granted can actually represent big problems for people with disabilities. Since, sadly, cities and most tools are not designed with disabled people in mind, they tend to be left outside of it. However, there is nothing an innovative mind and 3D printing can’t do to make sure these things are accessible to everyone.
In one such case, physicist Sergei V. Bogdanov decided to construct a series of interactive electronic and non-electronic educational gadgets for impaired people after visiting a boarding school for visually impaired children.
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