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Students hit paydirt with visionary 'magic wand' for blind

Hong Kong Standard


27th August 2020


Students hit paydirt with visionary 'magic wand' for blind

By Carine Chow


A "smart crutch" invented by seven secondary students from different countries will be made into an actual product and marketed next year.


The crutch was developed under the International Symposium on STEM education - a program organized by the University of Hong Kong for students to come up with ideas and pitch to judges as commercial products.


https://www.thestandard.com.hk/section-news/section/4/222306/Students-hit-paydirt-with-visionary-%27magic-wand%27-for-blind

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