Apparel Site Designed For Visually-Impaired Shoppers

Two Rochester Institute of Technology students have launched a clothing site for the visually impaired, featuring sound and text instead of images, apparel recommendations based on a questionaire and clothing arrives with braille tags attached with descriptions and washing instructions.

The pair are relying entirely on designer donations to supply their inventory, but will be charging full price in an effort to stop sighted buyers from taking advantage of any deals, according to this TechCrunch story.

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