"He took a basic, preexisting pattern for a printer and reworked it with new software and hardware enhancements to print out letters in braille. The result is called the Braigo."
I’m mostly blind, so accessibility is a big deal to me personally as a user. However, regardless of my own circumstances, accessibility and universal design are the right thing to do, period.
PA Museum offers tours for the blind
"Changing the World Through Art"
Jeff Hanson Story (by Julie Hanson)