Braille Neue allows sighted and non-sighted people to read the same typeface, doing away with the need for multiple iterations of the same information
The Read Read exposes students to braille with a tactile board and audio pronunciation so they can learn on their own
MIT researchers have designed a prototype of a device to assist the visually impaired with navigating an area without using a cane
A German design student developed her own fashion line with hidden notes written in Braille
HandSight is a translation system that works for printed materials and digital screens alike
Braille Bricks were created as a tool to encourage creativity and learning
Braigo technology automatically transcribes files for the blind
Discreet keypad prevents 'shoulder surfing' security attacks
Discover is a navigation tool that creates tactile maps based on surrounding topography
Georgia Tech's School of Interactive Computing teaches Braille in 45 minutes with haptic feedback gloves.
OwnFone has developed a device that can be personalized with raised buttons and pre-programmed to call specific contacts.