Lego plans to offer Braille Bricks, a product to help blind children learn the writing system. Instead of the normal dots (the company refers to them as “studs”) you see on top of Lego
bricks, this version will feature the same patterns as the Braille alphabet. Each brick will also have a printed letter or number, so sighted people can interact with the bricks too. This approach
aims to make mastering Braille more fun.
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