Get To Know Shubham Banerjee Who Invented Low Cost Braille Printer

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Shubham Banerjee is a middle school student and the founder of Braigo Labs Inc. based in Silicon Valley. At the age of 12 , he invented Braigo (Braille+Lego)– low cost braille printer with Lego and eventually became the youngest entrepreneur to receive Venture Capital funding to bring the patent pending consumer braille printer that he worked on during his summer vacation in 2014. He has been regularly featured in major television shows and have been written about worldwide. He has also won lots of awards for his innovative work so far; including an invited trip to the first ever White House Maker Fair hosted by President Barak Obama.

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Shubham Banerjee is a 13-year-old boy. He was born in Hasselt, Belgium. The family moved to San Jose, California when he was 4 years old. Later he moved to Santa Clara, California and completed his elementary schooling at Don Callejon School. He joined Magnolia Science Academy in Santa Clara in middle school for a couple of months, before moving to Champion School in San Jose for middle school. He lives in Santa Clara, California with his parents and younger sister.

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