3D-Printed ‘Touchable Memories’ Help The Blind Re-Experience Memories

By: | October 31st, 2014

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Singapore-based company Pirate3D has developed an experiment called “Touchable Memories” in an effort to help the blind re-experience memories through 3D-printing.

Similar to the way braille works with words, 3D-printers are able to make old pictures come to life in 3D form so that the blind can physically feel their memories again.

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