Doing Rubik’s Cube without looking

Making a Rubik’s Cube universally designed sounds like a contradiction in terms. Given that most sighted people can’t solve it, I wonder how many blind people will want to have a go. Well, if they do, you can make a tactile version. Schools and colleges might be interested if they have a 3D printer. The instructions come from the instructables website. There is a similar article on 3D Print.com.   

3D Printing-Enhanced Rubik’s Cube Features Braille Numbers for the Visually Impaired