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  • broadwaydon

    I am blind and have worked in the blindness field as a rehab counselor for over 20 years. While I applaud the hard work of these students, I suspect that they did not consult with the blind community before developing this product. I say that because the product really isn't necessary. Food can be located with a fork or spoon when eating; there is absolutely no need for such a sophisticated device in order to eat as a blind person. I'm sure the studetns have worked very hard on this; what they can take away from it is that it's crucial to consult with the community you plan to serve when developing such products.