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"Contigo", suggests a new direction to relieve the difficulties in economic activity faced by the vision-impaired. The vision-impaired have difficulty in checking their account balances. To solve this problem, the remaining balance before and after the payment is marked in the braille plate on the cardholder as the card is drawn out and put back into the holder before and after use. The edges are processed in a curve so that the cards can be inserted in a protruded form. The interior is designed so that the protruded card can come out on its own along each side once pressed. So the user can recognize the location and information of each card.
Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea
LEE JUNG WOO,
Sejong University, Seoul
LEE EUN YOO,