Microsoft’s Project Torino: Helping kids with visual impairments on the path to careers in computer science

A team at Microsoft has created what they are calling a physical programming language. It’s a way for kids to physically create code by connecting pods together to build programs. The system, called Project Torino, is designed to make sure that kids who have visual impairments or other challenges can participate in coding classes along with all their classmates.

Read more about Project Torino here.

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