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Lifts, Elevators, & Vertical Transport

Season 1, Ep. 1

In this episode, we’ll hear from Henry, a blind bandit AND a lift ninja about frustrating and hilarious moments in lifts.

We’ll also talk to Lucy from Bindi Maps about connecting the physical experience of lifts with the digital world.


A big thank you to Henry and Lucy for sharing their experiences.


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