Imagining A New Way To Read, One 3D-Printed Book At A Time
Blind and visually impaired children will now be able to experience classic picture books like “Goodnight Moon” and “Harold and the Purple Crayon” with the help of 3D printing technology. Researchers at the University of Colorado have created a new project that can convert standard picture books into 3D-printed pages, letting children with visual impairments follow the raised illustrations by touch as the stories are read aloud. Tom Yeh, an assistant professor in the university’s Department of Computer Science who directed the project, said the goal of The Tactile Picture Books Project is to use computer science to better people’s lives.
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