Inside Wentworth Podcast: Faculty, Students Work with Perkins School for the Blind
April 26, 2018
In the latest Inside Wentworth podcast, hear how students and faculty at Wentworth Institute of Technology are working with the renowned Perkins School to lower the cost of a braillewriter for the blind, and make it more manufacturable and accessible for tens of thousands in developing countries. Listen below or at this link.
For more information about the Perkins project, see our story from January.
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