www.touchsee.me is a free online service that can convert text into Braille labels which can then be printed using 3D printing technology. There are up to 40 ...
From Treatstock Manufacturing Platform
Chaz Marler discusses an idea for an innovative new game component: braille card sleeves to make board games more accessible to the visually impaired.
From Pair Of Dice Paradise
Take a step to becoming your visually impaired child's best advocate by learning the basics of the English Braille System for the blind. For more information and ...
From Sensory Sun Educational Technologies
Pretty cool deck although fairly standard. Now you can perform for anyone! Don't forget to go to playingcardz.net and use vjose32 for 5% off your order!
From VJose32 Playing Card Archive
If you are thinking of making objects around your house accessible for your blind family member or friend, there is a very easy and cost effective way to do it.
From Assistive Technology Blog
An Indore man Kamlesh Kanodia, who himself is partially blind, has made makes Braille notes on used wedding card to help visually impaired people and ...
From Pradesh18 English
We show how to write with a Braille slate, also known as Braille frame, and stylus, simulating them with a board and a marker.
From Anderson Benavides
Braille is named after its creator, Louis Braille, a Frenchman who lost his sight as a result of a childhood accident. In 1824, at the age of fifteen, he developed a ...
From Cive ESP
Sylvester Chisom interviews 14 year old social entrepreneur, Samantha Calascione. She is the founder of, Braille Bricks. She utilized 3D printing to create her ...
From Sylvester Chisom