3D Printing
  • The students with visual impairment are unable to comprehend how some of the objects they are studying looks like.  For example, if a student wants to know what a water well looks like, the teacher or parent has no easy way of describing it . Thanks to the 3D printing technology, Access Braille is now able to create models of many objects which the students find very useful in understanding the structure, shape or feel of the object.  We have received requirements from Saksham India, a special needs school in Delhi, India to produce a few objects that will help students in their learning experience. Access Braille partners with Sairam Reddy in Hyderabad to create objects requested by different schools.