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Braille Dice For the Visually Impaired to Play Role-Playing Games

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Jack Berberette, the founder of the DOTS RPG program, loves playing role-playing games (RPGs) but realised many people with visual impairments or blindness needed dice that they could read. He teamed up with a professional 3D printing service to create Braille dice. His main goal is to raise awareness about the need for the gaming industry to create accessible gaming materials. 

https://all3dp.com/dots-rpg-project-braille-dice/

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lynnwood @ 2020.01.13 8:24 AM

Very clever- reminds me of this idea 

http://ideaspies.com/posts/dad-creates-beeping-eggs-for-blind-children 


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By Rachel Worsley

4th January 2020

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