Microsoft Code Jumper pods teach blind children to program

Computer programming has previously been a challenge to teach to students with a visual impairment.

But now Microsoft is addressing the challenge with a product that features pods that can be arranged together in different ways to carry out different functions.

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The BBC's technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones met with one blind 12-year-old who has been trying it out.

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