3D Printers for Dyslexics

I read an article about 3D printing specifically designed for the dyslexic. These printed images (and fonts) do look like they’re three-dimensional. You can even print out solid objects –  not just paper! This idea was brought by the British printing company Robox and its creator, Chris Elsworthy, is dyslexic that he developed such innovation so that dyslexics will have an easier way of expressing themselves and need not to struggle with language.

Image courtesy of The Telegraph. Samples of 3d prints.

For more information, click this link: http://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/robox-3d-printers-help-dyslexics/

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