Braigo’s Braille Printer Created by 12-Year-Old Inventor

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It began with a humble, charitable letter that his parents received
That led Shubham Banerjee to ask,”How do blind people read?”
The twelve-year-old did research and took the project to heart
Making a braille printer, Braigo 1.0, from assorted Lego parts
Braigo 2.0 is coming, supported by Microsoft and other investor eggs
But version one is still available and won’t cost you an arm and a leg!

Photo courtesy of braigoLabs. Photo courtesy of braigoLabs.

Photo courtesy of Popular Science. Photo courtesy of Popular Science.

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