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NOISIV / Toys for the visually impaired children


Visually impaired children rely more through interactions with their parents to perceive the world. Additionally, the use of parent-child toys is even more indispensable for the improvement of parent-child relationship. NOISIV allows visually impaired families to quickly learn Braille through a simple design with the size of children’s palm. The size is imported into the planning of the design scale, and combined with the design of the double-layered box. The sound caused by the collision is used to remind the user of the whereabouts of the building block. Furthermore, parents can keep track of children’s learning progress through the app.


National Taiwan University of

National Taiwan University of
Science and Technology
Taipei City, Taiwan

Han-Yu Lai,
National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

Chien-Hsun Chen,
National Taiwan University of Science and Technology