Working in the 3D printing industry, one can become accustomed to consistently being surprised and impressed by new, innovative applications of the technology. But every so often an application comes along that truly stands out, both as a demonstration of the power of the technology to do good as well as testament to creative problem-solving.
This particular story from the Syracuse University Makerspace does just that.
We don’t want to give away too many spoilers before you watch the video, but one can’t help but see farther-reaching applications of this technology to open doors for the visually-impaired at a much more accessible price.
Props to Syracuse for thinking out of the box and using their tools for good. May their story be an inspiration to other universities!
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