CU-Boulder researchers create children’s books with 3-D printing

Elodie Bateson, 3, uses her fingers to touch and explore the “fur” of a mouse and the horns of a tiny cow on the pages of a plastic, three-dimensional version of “Goodnight Moon” created by researchers at the University of Colorado to promote literacy among young children with visual impairments.


Novel use of 3-D printing opening up a new world for vision-impaired readers. 

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