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Why Inventors need to be Inspired | Paul D'souza | TEDxYouth@Brookefield
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Added Jul 18, 2016
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Mr. Paul D'Souza's career began when he started, working as a software developer for an agro firm for whom he designed a compact Gherkin Sorting Machine which revolutionized their business. He has since then invented the Mechanical Perpetual Calendar, Three Large Date Display Mechanisms, etc. He then began working on trying to make the lives of visually impaired individuals easier which eventually led to the invention of the Multi-Line Refreshable Braille Display which has about 9 patents which are yet to be approved. Paul believes in using his creativity to benefit those who can reach great heights with a little assistance.

Mr. Paul D'Souza's career began when he started, working as a software developer for an agro firm for whom he designed a compact Gherkin Sorting Machine which revolutionized their business. He has since then invented the Mechanical Perpetual Calendar, Three Large Date Display Mechanisms, etc. He then began working on trying to make the lives of visually impaired individuals easier which eventually led to the invention of the Multi-Line Refreshable Braille Display which has about 9 patents which are yet to be approved. Paul believes in using his creativity to benefit those who can reach great heights with a little assistance.

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