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Most induction cooktops are equipped with buttonless display technology. However, such induction is inconvenient for the blind. Without any guide, touching the flat control panel is very difficult for blind people. Blind people also want to cook conveniently. So I present an induction that allows blind people to cook without inconvenience. 'Tangible Touch' was designed from the perspective of a blind person. First, Braille is used on the control panel so that they can read the information. It also allows heat to enter only when the burner section of the induction is lowered, making it safe and easy to use.
Seoul, South Korea
ga young lee,