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From left, Louisa Turtill, 9, and Khadijah Pinto Atkin, also 9, use Project Torino. The physical programming language is being designed with the help of children to make sure it is inclusive of their needs. Photo by Jonathan Banks. Microsoft Research has developed a program to teach visually impaired children the foundations of coding. It is called Project Torino, and it uses physical pods that kids can connect to each other as a kind of programming language. The aim of this initiative...