As we begin to scratch the surface of 3D-printing tech, OwnFone is ahead of the pack with its braille mobile phone.
A seventh grader's science fair project turns into a quest to develop a customizable low-cost printer for the blind.
Touch screen transforms images and text into touchable patterns, enabling users to interpret facial expressions, maps, and graphics.
An electrode array placed in a blind test subject's eye has allowed researchers to transfer Braille patterns directly to the retina.
Designed for the visually impaired, an open-source app out of Georgia Tech could prove to be a texting tool for the masses.
Can a tablet designed for those who can see become accessible to those who can't? A research group at Stanford has created a Braille writer that has the potential to revolutionize a stagnant market.
Engineering students have developed a Braille printing device allowing visually impaired people to easily label and identify objects that are similar to the touch.
A team out of Finland developed new software that brings Braille to touch-enabled mobile devices.
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