Text Without Looking At The Screen With A Braille-Style Interface

Text Without Looking At The Screen With A Braille-Style Interface

Georgia Tech researchers create a prototype for touch-screen mobile devices that can enable users to text without looking at their screens.

Emma Hutchings
  • 21 february 2012

Researchers at Georgia Tech have developed a braille-like texting app that allows users to send messages without looking at their screens. The team believes it will be useful for both the visually impaired and sighted users who could text whilst watching TV, walking or socializing. This could enhance multitasking and support the integration of texting with television and other experiences.

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