3D Printing Technology Aids the Visually Impaired - Advanced Manufacturing TOE

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This issue of Advanced Manufacturing TOE profiles innovations in 3D printing technology that are directed at helping visually impaired people. Innovations profiled include the development of a tactile teaching aid by Korea Institute of Science and Technology, a 3D printed map by Rutgers School of Engineering, a 3D printed display for the visually impaired by 3DPhotoWorks, and a 3D printed smart glass by Parsee.

The Advanced Manufacturing TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) covers global innovations and developments related to manufacturing and industrial automation on a weekly basis. Innovations are focused toward improving product traceability, energy efficiency and reducing environmental footprints, integrating product design and manufacturing aspects for reducing time-to-market. Research focus areas include rapid prototyping (additive manufacturing), lightweighting (multimaterial joining, plastics and metals manufacturing, carbon fiber-based composite manufacturing), smart robotics (agile robots, consumer robots, swarm robotics, cobots), monitoring and control (wireless control networks, human machine interface), and simulation and modeling (design and simulation software).

The Advanced Manufacturing and Automation (AMA) Cluster covers technologies that enable clean, lean and flexible manufacturing and industrial automation. Technologies such as three-dimensional (3D) and four-dimensional (4D) printing, wireless sensors and networks, information and communication technology, multimaterial joining, composites manufacturing, digital manufacturing, micro- and nano-manufacturing, lasers, advanced software, and printing techniques, are covered as part of this cluster. The technologies covered here impact a wide range of industries, such as the impact semiconductor, automotive and transportation, aerospace and defense, industrial, healthcare, logistics, and electronics industries.

Keywords: 3D printing, additive manufacturing, visually impaired

Table of Contents

3D Printing Technology Aids the Visually Impaired - Advanced Manufacturing TOE3D Printing Technology for Visually Impaired3D Printed Tactile Teaching Aids for the Visually Impaired3D Printed Maps for the Visually Impaired3D Printed Display for the Visually Impaired to Explore Images by Touch3D Printed Smart Glasses to Assist the Visually ImpairedStrategic InsightsStrategic InsightsKey Patents and ContactsKey PatentsKey PatentsIndustry Interactions

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3d printed maps for the visually impaired
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