We recently wrote about Braille Bricks that help kids living with vision loss. Now, the company is taking its efforts one step further by offering building instructions in braille and audio for the visually impaired. Using AI, blind entrepreneur Matthew Shifrin is uploading building steps into a braille reader.
"For blind people Lego sets act as miniature 3D substitutes for real-life buildings in lieu of two-dimensional photographs," said Shifrin. "Lego bricks allow me to see things that are impossible to explore by touch."
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“LEGO BEGINS RELEASING INSTRUCTIONS IN BRAILLE”