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The conventional Braille book for the blind is heavy, thick, and wasting time for manufacturing. ln contrast, the new Pad Braille book can solve these tranditional problems, revealing portablity and convenience.
When the information of e-book is tranferred into the new Pad Braille book, convex points on the panel will rise up to translate it into words (signals) the blind can read (touch).
Especially, the information can be shared with the able people since the normal words will be visible on the under screen at the same time.
Yen Mi Chun,