Human beings have used maps to describe the world for thousands of years. Blind people have used Braille for about 150. But there’s never been a way for blind people to have easy access to maps of everyday places. Until now. Amy Standen reports.
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Amy Standen is a Reporter for QUEST and Radio News at KQED-FM.
latitude: 37.7909, longitude: -122.434