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It’s suggested that not every blind person can understand braille according to a study. Therefore, we’ve redesigned the typical dishes with different geometry shapes as dish bottom for blind people, so now they can easily tell what’s in the plates in fridge by touching plate bottoms.
Yi-Chin Huang; Jian-Ming Tsai