In Silicon Vly, it's never too early for being an entrepreneur. Just inquire 13-year-old Shubham Banerjee. The California eighth-grader has launched a firm to develop low-cost models to print Braille, the tactile writing system to the visually impaired. Tech giant Intel recently purchased his startup, Braigo Labs.
Shubham built a Braille printer which has a Lego robotics kit as being a school science fair project recently after he asked his parents a fairly easy question: How do window blind people read? "Google the idea, " they told your ex.
Shubham then did some online research and was shocked to find out that Braille printers, otherwise known as embossers, cost at very least $2, 000 - too expensive for most blind audience, especially in developing international locations.
"I just thought that price mustn't be there. I know there's a simpler way to accomplish this, " said Shubham, who demonstrated how his printer works with the kitchen table where they spent many late nights building it which has a Lego Mindstorms EV3 equipment.MORE INFORMATION CLICK HERE
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