BrailleTouch Helps Visually Impaired Users
Added Mar 14, 2012 | Rate View top rated
A team from Georgia Tech, led by Post Doctorate Fellow Mario Romero of the School of Interactive Computing, has designed BrailleTouch for touchscreen mobile devices. The prototype app allows visually impaired people to easily type and opens the door for everyone to text or type without looking at the screen.
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