It's something that many people don't think about often.  At the end of the year, students often get yearbooks to remember the students that they shared the classroom with.  But what about blind students?

They don't get to flip through pages and see pictures that bring back memories.  What do they do?

In Pioneer Middle School, they may have come up with a solution.

A blind student there named Ty has always wanted a yearbook and this year with the help of a 3-D printer, he got one.  Complete with a 3-D printout of every one of his fellow students' faces and a braille message from all of them.


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