An inventor helps blind children learn geography through a series of Braille maps and models. Brisbane, Australia.
No title - GEOGRAPHY FOR THE BLIND.
C/U of a globe in Braille, it is tilted to show different countries. M/S of a flat map of the world. M/S as the inventor shows how an alphabet stick helps locate various places through grid references. M/S of the Braille names on the index. M/S of a blind girl feeling her way from Australia to England via the raised routes on the map. Various shots as she feels her way around the world. M/S of tumbling relief map of Brisbane, two girls feel their way around using another alphabet stick to locate various areas, it also gives them a sense of size perspective. M/S as one girl feels a model of Tower Bridge in London and opens the central part.