Thursday, April 23, 2009

Braille e-book reder

Yanko Design introduces a concept e-book design for the blind. It is also good for tactile web browsing for the visually impaired.

Braille e-book reder

1 comment:

toni said...

I am a therapist who works with the blind and actually, in response to superhobo you hear and understand better since the auditory response is recognized by the brain first. Blind people actually have a faster synapse response when hearing as they have learned to compensate over time.
KaitouKID, the device is wonderful for those who are blind since they are more private people due to thier lack of sight and do not like to draw attention to themselves. Even if they did somehow need to have assistance putting information on the device, being able to read anywhere without using audio would enable them to be more like everyone else allowing a tighter integration into society.
this device is wonderful.


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