VIDEO: How one deaf and blind child was able to follow the World Cup

Of the many ways people around the world are watching the World Cup, this may be the most inventive.

Business Insider reported a young man who is deaf and blind was able to enjoy the Cup after friends and family created a handmade board to mimic the players movements — kind of like soccer Braille. Here are highlights from the video:

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And here is the full 12-minute video:

 

Nick Kirkpatrick is a digital photo editor at The Washington Post. Follow him on Instagram or on Twitter.
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