FingerReader Is a 3D-Printed Device That Reads Text Aloud to the Blind

Researchers at MIT have developed a new technology that enables blind and vision-impaired people to read any printed text without the use of braille.

Source: mashable.com

While the robotic sounding voice is from a previous generation, this device allows vision-impaired people to pick up any digital or print text to be readable. 

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