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The input method used by visually impaired individuals using braille tools is slow and difficult.
This portable paper plate allows them to take notes using braille in their daily life without the aid of another tool.
Needed consonants and vowels are taken off from the paper plate on which 6 circles are imprinted, allowing simple memo taking and recording.
To make it easier to take off the needed parts, it is in the form of a thick paper plate rather than ordinary paper and comes in a portable size.


Hoseo university

Hoseo university
Chungcheongnam-do, South Korea


Hoseo university

Hoseo university
Gyeonggi-do, South Korea