Let’s start with a shocking statistic. Did you know that only 32.2 percent of visually-impaired people above the ages of 21 have a high school diploma or an equivalent of it? This stands in stark contrast to the 88 percent of all citizens above the age of 25 with that degree, which suggests that – for all the improvements that has been already made – being visually-impaired remains a major handicap.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)
3D Printing in the Classroom
3D Printing in the Classroom from Kevin Yang on Vimeo.
A presentation by Kevin Yang at the annual National Federation of the Blind Research and Development Committee meeting detailing how LibraryLyna is helping to facilitate the implementation of 3D printing in classrooms for the visually impaired.