I’m a sucker for any reinterpretation of a Rubik’s Cube. I once went to an Art Museum and spent the whole time distracted by the abundance of braille signs found there. Do blind people like Art Museums? I guess if they need to use the bathroom or the elevator there simply needs to be braille there to indicate such.
I imagine that if I lost my eyesight this Rubik’s Cube would be a prized possession. I also imagine that using a tactile sense to arrange the cube is probably a more direct approach. Seems to me that what makes the cube difficult to solve is the disconnection between visual indicators, eye hand coordination and the physical object. This novel object cuts out the middle man to some extent.