It’s amazing what 3D printing has done for the visually impaired. Take this example of a regular guy who decided to create a Braille Rubik’s cube so that his blind friend could experience the frustration that this puzzle has previously only offered to the sighted.
Using 3D printing and numbers instead of colors, the Braille Rubik’s cube is easy to assemble following the detailed (and simple) instructions in this article.
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Custom Rubik’s Cube in Braille