A Credit Card For The Visually Impaired

A Credit Card For The Visually Impaired
Design

Kwon Ki Nam has developed a user friendly concept device for the blind.

Sandra Pfeifer
  • 10 november 2010

Kwon Ki Nam, a designer based in Denmark, has developed a user friendly concept credit card for the blind. Biometric software uses the card holder’s fingerprint instead of their signature, and a changeable Braille display makes transactions easier and more secure. A built-in speaker verbalizes the products being paid for and guides them through the transaction.

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