Smartphone For The Blind

A BRAILLE-DISPLAY PHONE THAT’S CHEAP ENOUGH TO MASS-PRODUCE COULD CHANGE LIVES

Three years ago, Sumit Dagar, who has a postgraduate degree from the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, started work on a smartphone for the visually challenged. The 29-year-old, Delhi-based social entrepreneur and innovator says he felt that blind people were being left behind by the smartphone revolution, and that it was possible to address their needs.

 

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