Columbus students create app for the visually impaired

They didn’t start out as computer science majors, but two students who caught on to coding and programming have developed a high-tech tool to help disabled students. Called ChemAid, the tool uses a smartphone app and QR codes to help visually impaired students be more independent in a chemistry lab. And its creators are hoping an investor will take their ideas to the next level.

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