Sense Math

Blind children master mathematics
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

Blind children often struggle to understand two-dimensional graph information. This makes mathematics a tough subject. 3D-print technology offers the possibility of printing graphs in 3D and offer them on a tablet. The tablet identifies a person’s finger movements and adds audio information depending on the finger position.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Company: Koninklijke Visio; Wendy Voorn

People

Dennis Willemsen
Coaches: Maarten Wijntjes, Aadjan van der Helm

Contact

willemsendennis [at] gmail . com
sensemath [at] visio . org

Blind children often struggle to understand two-dimensional graph information. This makes mathematics a tough subject. 3D-print technology offers the possibility of printing graphs in 3D and offer them on a tablet. The tablet identifies a person’s finger movements and adds audio information depending on the finger position.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Company: Koninklijke Visio; Wendy Voorn

People

Dennis Willemsen
Coaches: Maarten Wijntjes, Aadjan van der Helm

Contact

willemsendennis [at] gmail . com
sensemath [at] visio . org

Sense Math

Blind children often struggle to understand two-dimensional graph information. This makes mathematics a tough subject. 3D-print technology offers the possibility of printing graphs in 3D and offer them on a tablet. The tablet identifies a person’s finger movements and adds audio information depending on the finger position.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Company: Koninklijke Visio; Wendy Voorn

People

Dennis Willemsen
Coaches: Maarten Wijntjes, Aadjan van der Helm

Contact

willemsendennis [at] gmail . com
sensemath [at] visio . org

Blind children often struggle to understand two-dimensional graph information. This makes mathematics a tough subject. 3D-print technology offers the possibility of printing graphs in 3D and offer them on a tablet. The tablet identifies a person’s finger movements and adds audio information depending on the finger position.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Company: Koninklijke Visio; Wendy Voorn

People

Dennis Willemsen
Coaches: Maarten Wijntjes, Aadjan van der Helm

Contact

willemsendennis [at] gmail . com
sensemath [at] visio . org