Kitchenware made for the blind

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Here at Springwise we have featured many culinary innovations, from a washing machine that cooks meals to an app that teaches kids about healthy eating. Now, Folks is a new range of kitchenware for the blind to help with the challenge of cooking. Using sensory feedback and tactile cues, Folks enables users to cook safely and with confidence. The invention – designed by Kevin Chiam from the National University of Singapore – has also entered the James Dyson Award. The collection consists of five products: a knife, chopping board, stove ring, pot lid and teaspoon. Each product works by tapping…

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