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It Doesn’t Always Have To Be 3D – Casio Is Working On 2.5D Printing Technology

For its digital education printing platform Casio is working on a 2.5D printer technology for the visually impaired.

With this technology Casio wants to make better education for visually impaired. But also more active and individual for their teachers. With the All-in-one 2.5D Printing system it is possible to create a textured graphic, picture or even text written in braille in just one minute.

Just think about the flexibility of the educator when it is possible to quickly create a graphic for his students he wouldn’t be possible to show them another way.

Here are some examples:

How the technology exactly works and when it will ship isn’t clear at this moment.

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