Who said you can’t make a differencerenceren for the blind with LEGO bricks..
Shubham Banerjee’s invention all started with Lego blocks. He wanted to know how blind people read. After getting advice from his parents to Google it, he choose to explore ways to develop something new for his school science fair project. Who would have thought you could build a machine that could be used to print braille reading materials on paper, by using raised dots instead of ink, from a personal computer or electronic device. What an accomplishment Shuhham! Now at 13-year-old, Shubham Banerjee is an entrepreneur. He launched his company and is working to develop a desktop Braille printer that costs around $350 and weighs just a few pounds, compared with current models that can weigh more than 20 pounds.