David Hyche is one cool dad. Nine years ago, he built an Easter egg that could be tracked down by the beeping sound coming from the inside of it – so his blind daughter could participate in Easter egg hunts like everyone else.
Now the eggs have caught on and the International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators have even funded a charity project for them to be made and enjoyed by other visually impaired kids around Easter time.
Speaking to Fox News, the inventive dad claimed:
My daughter at four months old lost her vision,
The kids are able to locate the egg from the sound… Teachers for the blind have informed me that they use these all year round to teach location skills.
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