Two Braille printers were donated to the KFPD for their visually impaired students.
The normal, everyday printers we know print the words we write and read in ink – Braille printers, designed for people with visual impairment, are very different as they need embed raised dots onto a piece of paper to make the content tactile. It works almost like how pressing down a piano key strikes a note. We hope these printers that have been gifted help the students to read and learn more about the world around them.