Gursimran Singh: The ‘Visionary’ Inventor
By Knowledge Tribe
It is often said that eyes are windows to the world. We understand our world, its richness, its exquisite sights, the threats around us etc with our eyes. Now, imagine this; a world of darkness, a perpetual fog where you can see little or nothing at all. While this might be a terrifying thought for some of us, this is the reality for a staggeringly large amount of people. According to recent estimates, 36 million of the world’s population are blind and 217 million have moderate to severe vision impairment. They do love reading but suffer from a limited set of resources available in Braille. A newspaper made in Braille comes out once every fortnight. What about those who want to ‘read’ the newspaper every day?
Well, that’s where Gursimran Singh comes in.