Shubham Banerjee, at the age of 13, began to research Braille and was shocked to find braille printers cost at least $2,000. His response was to figure out an alternative using a Lego Robotics kit. The budget? $350. His Lego Braille printer not only made an awesome science project, but also caught the attention of Intel Corp. They ended up funding his project and now has a start-up company, Braigo Labs.