Eighth Grader of California Builds a Braille Lego Printer
He calls it the Braigo, a name that combines Lego and Braille. Banerjee won numerous awards and support from the blind community. The new model, Braigo 2.0, translates electronic text into Braille before printing. Braigo Labs aim to have a prototype ready for testing this summer and a printer available on the market later this year. Innovation excites entrepreneurs like us. The world needs more of it. Could a cheaper Braille copier soon be seen on our Kansas City shelves? Time will tell, but we look forward to these promising developments.