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Hidetaka Miyanaga, president of Daiichi, holds a Voice Soroban and its package at the company in Ono, Hyogo Prefecture. (Takumi Fujii). Manufacturers here have produced a talking version of a 400-year-old counting device. The Voice Soroban abacus, developed by the Banshu Soroban manufacturers association and commercialized by Daiichi, is aimed at children, beginners of abacus learning, people with hearing and visual disabilities and foreigners.
A giant permanent outdoor game of "Snakes & Ladders" in India. Photo by Flickr user richmond-india.