Labeling in Braille could become easier with student creation

09/23/2009 | CNET

Engineering students from several universities are collaborating on a cheap and convenient Braille label printer. The portable 6dot Braille Labelmaker is still in development but runs on AA batteries and is expected to cost about $200, less than half the cost of similar machines. Braille labels enable people who cannot see to identify items such as canned goods and medicines.

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