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Light Contact / Tableware

Light Contact
Light Contact

1. Visually handicapped people don't know what is on their plate at meals. This design uses braille and tactile light in order to let the person know what is on their plate. Through this ceramic product, the visually impaired will be emotionally moved at mealtimes.
2. The visually impaired rely on the tips of their fingers to conduct their daily lives. This product is a sensitivity design that frees them from an eating style of simply eating to recognizing and learning what is laid in front of them on their own.

University

Jeju national university

Jeju national university
Jeju-do, South Korea

Design

Jeju national university

Jeju national university
Jeju-do, South Korea

Jeju national university Hwabuk-2dong Georojunggir,20-1 690-062 Jeju-do, South Korea