Blind Drivers Test Retrofitted Car

Thanks to a team of engineering students, several blind drivers had the chance to test-drive a new car that doesn't require sight. On Friday, 20 blind people took turns taking control of a retrofitted four-wheel dune buggy designed by students at the Virginia Tech College of Engineering in Blacksburg, Va. The event was part of a program organized by the National Federation of the Blind to encourage high school students to pursue careers in science and technology. The high-tech car was...Full Story
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