Those who are familiar with Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) will no doubt recognize a 20-sided die, but these 3D Printed D20 Dice feature an innovative feature to help the visually impaired play too: braille. The 3D Printed D20 Dice, which rose to prominence when it was presented to actress/comedian Felicia Day by a fan who helps the visually impaired play D&D, can be printed at home using the model file that has been posted online.
The advent of technologies like 3D printing is allowing the level of customization to be nearly boundless, which is what makes the 3D Printed D20 Die so awesome. With open source technology at our finger tips, it's becoming quite clear that if something doesn't work for us, we can always create our own version that does.
Printed Braille Die
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