Helping The Blind To See Is No Miracle At This Korean School.

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3D Tek created a yearbook for visually impaired children in South Korea with the help of the Touchable Yearbook Agency. Instead of only getting a book with pages, actual statues of their classmate's faces were created with a 3D printer. You can tell the statues are deeply meaningful to the students by the way they smile, laugh, and warmly hug them. Not only is the 3D yearbook a wonderful invention itself, but it gives the students a chance to experience the incredible possibilities that STEM (science, technology, education, manufacturing) creates for the world.


First they scan the student's face to create a digital version.

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In 20 years, they'll be able to "see" what they looked like when they were children. How cool is that?!

The computer prints it in 3D.

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In 20 years, they'll be able to "see" what they looked like when they were children. How cool is that?!

Now, there's a 3D yearbook at this school along with photographs of the other classmates.

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In 20 years, they'll be able to "see" what they looked like when they were children. How cool is that?!

They're so touched by the statues! It's heartwarming to see their reactions.

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In 20 years, they'll be able to "see" what they looked like when they were children. How cool is that?!

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In 20 years, they'll be able to "see" what they looked like when they were children. How cool is that?!

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In 20 years, they'll be able to "see" what they looked like when they were children. How cool is that?!

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In 20 years, they'll be able to "see" what they looked like when they were children. How cool is that?!

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In 20 years, they'll be able to "see" what they looked like when they were children. How cool is that?!

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