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TIL: a 13 yr old who made a Braille printer out of Legos after discovering that millions of blind people in developing countries buy Braille devices that cost $2K and weigh 20 lbs. His prints Braille from computers to paper using raised dots instead of ink, weighs a few lbs, and costs only $350.

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TIL: a 13 yr old who made a Braille printer out of Legos after discovering that millions of blind people in developing countries buy Braille devices that cost K and weigh 20 lbs. His prints Braille from computers to paper

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YSK The plural of Lego is Lego, not Legos

YSK The plural of Lego is Lego, not Legos Its right there in Lego's "Proper Use of the LEGO Trademark". I'm not sure where this American "Legos" came from but it's like calling sheep sheeps. http://www.lego.com/en-US/legal/legal-notice/fair-play submitted by Neuroplasm [link]

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TIL the plastic used to make Legos is the same type of plastic used to make hard hats

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TIL the plastic used to make Legos is the same type of plastic used to make hard hats submitted by brohammer32 [link] [307 comments] Source: top scoring links : todayilearned

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