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Support for the Visually Challenged

Japan

PartnerVision, the 3D copying system provided by Konica Minolta, can reproduce Braille texts and copies of graphic materials on specialty paper in a three-dimensional format. By creating tactile graphs and maps with simple operations, the system supports the communication of information to the visually challenged.
This system is also used to create educational materials for special needs education schools for the visually impaired, and to create guidance materials that enable visually challenged persons to enjoy and appreciate art exhibits.

Book Reproduction Publishing

Poland

Konica Minolta Business Solutions Polska s.p. z.o.o., a sales company for office equipment and solutions, launched a joint project in 2007 with the Foundation for Jagiellonian University, the oldest and most prestigious Polish university, to help protect the cultural heritage of Poland.
Konica Minolta provided support for reprinting books from the end of the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century which have great historical value. The books were reprinted using Konica Minolta's digital printing system. The reprinted books are in the collections of major libraries in Poland.

Support for a Children's Museum

Slovakia

Support for a Children’s Museum
Children’s Museum SNM Bratislava

Konica Minolta Slovakia spol. s r. o., a sales company for office equipment and solutions, has been providing support for the Children's Museum SNM Bratislava since 2010. The museum is operated based on the concept of providing barrier free opportunities for discovery and learning, regardless of age or health issues. In addition to donating a color MFP, the company supports the activities of the museum by providing paper supplies and support services.

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