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Designer Rethinks the Rubik’s Cube for the Blind



The blind aren’t able to solve a regular Rubik’s Cube, but this designer wants to change that.

Konstantin Datz has embossed on the six faces of a Rubik’s Cube six Braille words: red, blue, green, yellow, white and pink.

So instead ofseeing the colors, the blind can ‘feel’ them.

Alternatively, the cube was also designed as a means for those not blind to experience a life sightless, Datz wrote on his portfolio website.



[via Yanko Design]
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