Educational toy introduces braille at an early age

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We have already seen a number of products on the market which aim to help blind people learn braille and enhance their experience. Among those products are a literacy tool enabling independent learning and a tactile tablet which allows the visually impaired to experience graphical content. Like any other skill, the sooner a child can learn braille the better, however most available products are often considered too complex or expensive for parents to buy. In their mission to help their visually impaired child, US-based couple Beth and Jake Lacourse have developed an affordable child-friendly device to teach braille in a simple…

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