3D-printed clothes use braille as design
January 14, 2017
A fashion designer based in Germany has used 3D printing to create clothes that are decorated with braille.
The designer Babette Sperling has made clothes that are attractive and eco-friendly.
She wants to create designs that are accessible and practical to wear. After much research and experiment she has been able to find the right material and technique to design using braille as a pattern.
Sperling has presented her clothes in major shows and has received a good response.
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