Junior inventor creates device for deaf, blind

By Helen Gregory
Updated June 28 2018 - 1:32pm, first published March 8 2017 - 12:00am
Surprise: Ella Findlay said it was “weird” to be presented with a prototype of her design, which is pictured around her neck. “I’d just drawn it on a piece of paper and it came to life! It was just how I imagined it.” Photo: Simone De Peak
Surprise: Ella Findlay said it was “weird” to be presented with a prototype of her design, which is pictured around her neck. “I’d just drawn it on a piece of paper and it came to life! It was just how I imagined it.” Photo: Simone De Peak

WHAT began as primary schooler Ella Findlay’s entry in a 3D printing competition has ended with judges recommending she patent what could be a world first concept.

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