At the end of the school year, the traditional yearbooks help us remember what we did, who we hung out with and what we accomplished. The Seoul National School for the Blind went one step further for their graduating class. They used 3D printing to create small but highly detailed busts of all the classmates to serve as the annual “yearbook”. To see the students reaction and read more about the amazing gift, visit this link on c|net.
Have you heard of any wonderful yearbook ideas for visually impaired students? Share them in the comment section.
Blind students get incredible 3D printed “yearbook”