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... 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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