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Touch module / closet

Touch module
Touch module

The WHO estimates that the prevalence of visually impaired children in developing countries and regions with lower economic levels is 1.2% on average, that is, 12 out of 10,000 children.This is a wardrobe design that can help them properly store clothes. Visually impaired children can clearly determine the storage position of clothes by simply touching the simplified module of clothes with their hands, and the module can also act as a handle to open drawers conveniently. Using log material, touch up can give a person a kind of intimate feeling. It is also designed to help visually impaired children develop their life skills.

University

Wuchang University of Technology

Wuchang University of Technology
Wuhan, China

Haowen Chen,
Wuchang University Of Technology

Runlin Tan,
Wuchang University Of Technology

Wencong Ning,
Wuchang University Of Technology