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Tactile pregnancy test prototype allows blind and partially sighted women to check results privately

Tactile pregnancy test prototype allows blind and partially sighted women to check results privately

The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) has built a tactile pregnancy test prototype, which allows users to feel their results. The test features nodules that become raised when the result is positive. 

The prototype is part of RNIB’s Design For Everyone campaign, which challenges designers and businesses to put accessibility first. Read more…

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