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Feelor/ColoredPencil / colored pencil

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Feelor/ColoredPencil

To recognize a color, visual disabled children put on Braille to a colored pencil or get help from teachers
Those who, however, are not familiar with Braille (under 8 years old)must completely depend on other people.
As a matter of fact, figuring colors in the shape of a concrete symbol of a color can help the children recognize a color for themselves.
Moreover, by touching the shapes children also develop a sense of touch and ,at the same time, study color.

University

Dongseo University

Dongseo University
Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea

Go jung wook professor

Design

Dongseo University

Dongseo University
Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea

Noh ji hun