Voice-activated 3D-Printer at a School for blind Kids

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Tolle Kampagne von Yahoo! Japan, die einen 3D-Drucker mit Stimmerkennung und Suchmaschine in einer Schule für blinde Kinder aufgestellt haben, die sich daraufhin alles ausdrucken konnten, was sie grade erfühlen wollten. Schöne Idee!

In early September a large, white machine resembling a cloud showed up at a school in Tokyo for blind and visually impaired students. A voice-activated search engine allowed the kids to ask the machine to search for something they wanted to touch. The search results were then sent to a database and a match was sent back. Then a 3D printer kicks in. Children waited in astonishment as they heard the strange machine beep and churn as it brought their search results to tangible form.

Tangible Searching | A voice-activated search engine and a 3D printer brings the Internet to blind kids