We surf the internet with the vision. Site after site, we use our eyes to access any content. If so, we also use listening when we watch a video or listen to a podcast.
That is, all the wonders we discover here are not accessible to those who cannot see. And it was with that in mind that Yahoo Japan is taking an incredible action in Tokyo.
A voice command machine with a built-in 3D printer was taken to a school for visually impaired children. When the boys say what they want to search on the internet, the machine prints a thumbnail of the item for them to play.
Understand how this exciting video works: