Lego Braille Bricks put the alphabet at blind kids’ fingertips

Lego Braille Bricks put the alphabet at blind kids’ fingertips

Lego has introduced Braille Bricks - customized bricks molded with studs that correspond to letters and numbers in Braille, while being fully compatible with regular Lego pieces. Lego hopes to encourage blind and visually impaired kids to learn the reading system through interactive games and play. The Lego Braille kits are set to launch more widely in 2020.

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Sir Dragon
Sir Dragon 1 year

Why did someone think of this only now , how wasn't this a thing already ,this is like really obvious

Monster Mash
Monster Mash 1 year

So happy to see mainstream companies joining in to help people with disabilities and low vision. hopefuly more it will inspire more companies to do the same.

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