A traditional Braille printer costs thousands of dollars, but one 12 year old decided he could build it for much less. Using Lego and an Intel chip, he created a printer and then his own company.
These kinds of stories are welcomed by governments across the world. A global ‘maker movement’ is looking to encourage citizens to tinker and use technology in inspiring new ways.
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