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White on Black Braille Low Vision keyboard labels

White on Black Braille Low Vision keyboard label

The Braille Stapler marks a revolutionary makeover of the device by combining Braille board and Braille printer into single unit, thereby turning an otherwise difficult, slow and portable something into easy, quick and portable everything.

Braille Staple revolutionizes the way deaf-blind communicate with the world

10 Watch Concepts for the Blind - From Silver Braille Bands to Tactile Timekeepers (CLUSTER)

A Rubik’s cube for the sight impared…or a great way to learn braille. The colors green, blue, red, yellow, white & pink are embossed in braille on each side. By designer, Konstantin Datz.via Yanko Design

Color Rubik's Cube in Braille is an attempt by designer Konstantin Datz to create a feel of real color rubik cube for blind people whose world is only dark.

Braille Punch sticker by Kim Joonmin, Kim Seonil & Lee Eunjoo

The Braille Punch Sticker reminds me of the Label Maker we saw two years ago. Like all processes, innovation sometimes comes in refinements.

This little invention is freaking AWESOME. Making writing braille anywhere and much more easily...improving lives, impacting people in a real and meaningful way!!

This little invention is freaking AWESOME. Making writing braille anywhere and much more easily.improving lives, impacting people in a real and meaningful way!

Resources for Children with Visual Impairments

Educational Technologies for Teaching Blind Children

純白凸字扭計骰,專門設計畀有視力問題人仕使用。

Braille Rubik's cube for the visually impaired. As if Rubik's Cubes weren't hard enough.

The Snail is a small rolling device that quickly and easily translates Braille into spoken words. The snail shell-like shape helps the device easily roll along lines of Braille while the pressure-sensitive pad detects the distinctive dots.

VISION: The Snail is a small rolling device that quickly and easily translates Braille into spoken words. The snail shell-like shape helps the device easily roll along lines of Braille while the pressure-sensitive pad detects the distinctive dots.

Tactile materials can be attached to cardstock to give pre-braille students practice with tracking and other tactile skills

Tracking Activities for Pre-Braille Learners

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