Blind Bargains

Japanese Students Using Voice Recognition To Print Out 3-D Objects

Imagine if you could use your voice to request a 3-D printed object. Thanks to Yahoo! Japan, students at a school for the blind are able to do just that. The 3-D printer accepts voice commands. Students can ask for anything they want and the system then searches the database of 3-D printer plans and then prints out the object. If the object requested is not available, Yahoo Japan puts out a request for help in designing the desired object. Perhaps someday, all classrooms will have this technology.

Source: Go to source
Category: Miscellaneous

No one has commented on this post.

You must be logged in to post comments.

Username or Email:
Keep me logged in on this computer

Or Forgot username or password?
Register for free

For the past three years Alena has been a feature writer for the online magazine Matilda Ziegler. She has also been a contractor for the Oregon Commission for the Blind, helping blind adults learn to use adaptive technology. She is studying to be a teacher of the visually impaired at Portland State. You might also recognize her from the Serotalk podcast Triple Click Home.

Copyright 2006-2024, A T Guys, LLC.