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Speaking Braille / Braille Reader

Speaking Braille
Speaking Braille

It is well known that understanding what is written in braille is quite complicated. You need to move your fingers very busy with special attention to read braille.

“Speaking Braille” is designed for visually handicapped people, who are having difficulties understanding braille.
“Speaking Braille” is a set of braille translating product that is consisted with two devices.

Braille sensor identifies its meaning using pressure sensor which detects the bumpy patterns of braille.
Then it’s sent to the earphone thorough bluetooth signal.

Translation earphone tells the meaning of braille that was touched with vocalized sound to users.

University

SADI (Samsung Art and Design Institute)

SADI (Samsung Art and Design Institute)
Seoul, South Korea

Design

SADI (Samsung Art and Design Institute)

SADI (Samsung Art and Design Institute)
Seoul, South Korea

Jeiyong Chun