(FORSYTHNEWS) — FORSYTH COUNTY — It’s so simple, they said. A redesigned songbook with tiny, raised dots in patterns of the alphabet in braille.
It’s as easy as pressing a button and listening to the songbook say the letter on each button that matches its corresponding braille symbol.
So simple, you would think it already existed.
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Six middle school-aged kids formed a robotics club, and their invention — a device to teach beginning braille to the blind — recently landed them an invitation to the 2015 First Championship in St. Louis next month.