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Hackaday Prize Entry: Crowdsourced Tactile Interfaces

Your microwave, your TV, and almost the entire inventory of Best Buy have one thing in common: they all uses membrane switches for user interaction, and that means these devices are inaccessible for the blind. This project for the Hackaday Prize is going to change that by building a crowdsourced effort to design Braille keypads for thousands of appliances. There are two aspects of this project that are exceptionally interesting, the least of which is how to make Braille keypads for a microwave.
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