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Dot Line Face / Fork Knife Spoon

Dot Line Face

How do people with visual disabilities distinguish between a spoon, a fork, and a knife at the table?
It is probably not clean and unsafe to touch the tip that reaches food.
This product improved the problem to help the people with visual disabilities easily distinguish between a spoon, a fork, and a knife when they only touch the handle.
It is clear and intuitive because they can classify the objects by touching the dots, lines, and faces on the handle of a fork, a knife, and a spoon.


Sangmyung University

Sangmyung University
Seoul, South Korea

sebin Oh,
Sangmyung University

Jaewoong Lee,
Sangmyung University