These Students Are Getting To Experience A One Of A Kind Yearbook For The First Time Ever
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8 blind students at a South Korean school were given their own special version of a yearbook that can be "read" by using their hands thanks to 3D printers.
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At The Seoul National School for the Blind students from the graduating class were given the unique opportunity to receive a "Touchable Yearbook."
3D TEK created statues of 8 blind students which allowed them to "see" the faces of their fellow classmates.
The students each got a bust of themselves and their friends that included very detailed faces.
The busts also each came with a braille name tag, just like a yearbook photo would have the name underneath.
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