Visually Impaired

Texas A&M Uni Braille

Texas A&M University

Researchers from Texas A&M University’s Mechanical Engineering have used 3D printers to create high quality adhesive labels in braille for a variety of consumer products. Read more


Social Enterprise, Beyond Vision, are using Stratasys 3D printing technologies in order to make poke-yoke blind friendly fixtures in order to create more jobs for the visually impaired. Read more


Little Prince


A project by MyMiniFactory aims to recreate some of the world's great illustrations in 3D as a visual aid to those with sight difficulties. Read more


Hands on Search by Yahoo JAPAN is a voice activated 3D printer that is helping visually impaired children feel whatever they like. Read more