Project Torino teaches coding basics to kids who are visually impaired
3D blocks of various colours form a square patternMicrosoft has released a new program to explain coding to kids who are visually impaired. Named Project Torino, their creation uses tactile 3D pieces that fit together in a variety of ways to illustrate how coding works. Microsoft says the aim of the program is to, not only teach new skills, but also help kids find new career paths that may not have been open to them before.

Read more about Project Torino in this article.

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Microsoft Teaches Visually Impaired Kids Coding Basics

Posted in Advocacy for Vision Impaired | 7 Comment(s)
Nice post thanks for sharing.

Posted by Peter Alan on 08/24/2017 05:44AM