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I Can See Eat / Tableware

I Can See Eat
I Can See Eat

By adding straight lines, concave and convex spots to the handles of knives, forks, and spoons, then visually impaired people will not need to feel the eating part to identify them. This can remove the sanitation concerns, and visually impaired can quickly find out what they are holding.

Place these markers on the upper side of the handle, then the visually impaired can also know if they were holding the utencils the right way.

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Ming-Chi University of Technology

Ming Chi University of Technology
Banqiao Dist., New Taipei City, Taiwan

Hsu, Yen

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Ming-Chi University of Technology

Ming Chi University of Technology
Banqiao Dist., New Taipei City, Taiwan

Wang, Cheng-Wei Chen, Yu-Feng Chiang, Cheng-Ta

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