Portable Braille printer improves accessibility on the go
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At Springwise, we have seen a number of innovations aimed at improving accessibility for everyone. Previous innovations have included a wheelchair suited for air travel and caption glasses that sync with theatre shows. Joungho Yoo had a lot of personal experience in struggling with inclusivity. The 45-year-old South Korean was born with cerebral palsy. After making a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, Joungho came up with an idea for a portable braille printer. The Vrailler can fit in a pocket, is easy-to-use, and starts at just USD 35, compared to more than a thousand for a standard braille printer. The…
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