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Choosing An Engagement Ring | View on LOVE FIND CO.

Choosing An Engagement Ring | View on LOVE FIND CO.

Haptic touch panel – The Sound of Materials, Masayo Ave

Haptic touch panel – The term haptic refers primarily to touch but also the engagement of all the senses through the use of carefully selected materials and surfaces in designed objects.

The Best Fall Finds 2017 - Modern Cat

The Best Fall Finds 2017 - Modern Cat

Good for blind touch to play

Good for blind touch to play

A measuring spoon for the blind, with unseen yet visualized tactile graduations, the Buoyant Measuring Spoon for the Blind is a measuring spoon that has braille which lets a blind person measure correctly by touch. BUOYANT MEASURING SPOON FOR THE BLIND | Designer: Eunjin Park | Lexus Design Award 2017 | Milan Design Week | La Triennale di Milano | Awesome Products #product_design

A measuring spoon for the blind, with unseen yet visualized tactile graduations, the Buoyant Measuring Spoon for the Blind is a measuring spoon that has braille which lets a blind person measure correctly by touch. BUOYANT MEASURING SPOON FOR THE BLIND

A camera and ‘touch-screen’ for the blind! | Yanko Design

A camera and ‘touch-screen’ for the blind! | Yanko Design

Low-cost 3-D printing has given designers and engineers tremendous freedom—as long as they only need to design products made of plastic. Sure, 3-D printable plastics are available in a rainbow of colors. And yes, there are corn-based plastics, glow-in-the dark plastics, and even color-changing plastics with glitter mixed in. But if an engineer needs to…

Formlabs Whips Up New Squishy, Shiny Printing Materials. Imagine the possibilities for assistive tech and Printing for people who are blind using this flexible material.

Inclusive Pill Bottles for the Blind - Two University of Cincinnati design students, Alex Broerman and Ashley Ma have designed their “Inclusive Bottles for the Blind” in order to make identification and use of pill bottles more straightforward and affordable than existing hi-tech solutions.    The bottles were designed after carrying out a survey of existing products and end-users identified a number of limitations with available pill bottles.

These pill bottles called Capstone, are brightly colored with tactile lids. The Capstone pill bottles were designed by University of Cincinnati design students Alex Broerman and Ashley Ma.