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Children’s stories and 3D printing
Noahs Ark, one of the stories printed in 3D.3D printing has come a long ways in the last few years. One of the latest assistive devices to come off the 3D printer is Braille and picture books for visually impaired children.


Taking well known stories, a team from the University of Colorado Boulder has designed books that can be printed using 3D printers. With these new books, visually impaired children can enjoy the stories as fully as sighted kids always have.


The team has made the designs free to anyone who has access to a 3D printer.


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3D printed Braille and picture books to help blind children to read


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