3D Printed Yearbook Puts Visually Impaired Students in Touch with High School Friends (VIDEO)

It was created to help blind or partially blind students enjoy the possibility of always remembering their high school friends. Though their 3D printed portraits were created to help a few, it might, in the end, benefit many.

Presented at the last Spikes Asia conference, the 3D Printed Yearbook by Korea-based Innocean Worldwide agency and 3D Tek is one of those things that was conceived to bring the benefits of 3D printing to a small group of people and it might soon become something more.

Who wouldn’t rather have the physical representation of their best friends along with their photos? In the future it might become commonplace. For now, it has already fully served its purpose of giving two visually impaired students from the Seoul National School for the Blind the chance to “feel” a lot closer to their high school friends through these physical photos. As shown in this presentation video, it was a very powerful emotional experience for all those involved. … (Read more)

Source: 3DprintingIndustry.com