Stoner Prairie students to share games for visually impaired at Maker Faire

Stoner Prairie students to share games for visually impaired at Maker Faire
Posted on 05/11/2016
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Stoner Prairie Elementary School students are headed to the first Madison Mini Maker Faire to share the games they adapted for people with a visual impairment.

The students used a 3-D printer to create raised tiles for games like tic-tac-toe and a Rubik’s Cube. They will demonstrate the games and allow others to try them at the fair

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