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Keypoint / Key

Keypoint

The Keys for the visullay impaired.

As keys made for the visually impaired, Braille was attached to the keys so that each key could be accurately distinguished from each other. Also, by attaching a Braille mark on one side of the key, the time to open a door can be reduced by identifying the front and the back of the key.
The numbers between 0-9 or any letters between A-Z can be selected with the 6 buttons on key point. Through this, the visually imparied will be able to distinguish between their keys more conveniently.

University

Hoseo University

Hoseo University
Asan-si, Chungcheongnam-do, South Korea

Design

Hoseo University

Hoseo University
Siheung-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

Yun Jung Kwon

Design

Hoseo Universiry

Hoseo Universiry
Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

Su Jung Shin

Design

Hoseo Universiry

Hoseo Universiry
Sung dong-gu, seoul, South Korea

Kyung Hee Kang