Braille Book Everything

Imagine a world where the sight impaired can read almost any publication without it being specially printed in Braille. It will not only save the cost of a specialized printing but also make a lot more reading material accessible to the blind. The Blind Reader is a device that looks like a smartphone but functions like a text-to-Braille converter. Simply skim it over the paper publication and the surface transforms to Braille that can be easily read. Simple, effective and portable!

Designers: Jia Mengyin & Bao Haimo

17 Comments

  • Ami Holtzman says:

    Hello,
    Where can I buy this product?
    Thank you,
    Ami Holtzman

  • Ami Holtzman says:

    Hello, Where can I buy this product?
    Thank you, Ami Holtzman

  • Silvester says:

    YES this is great!! Congrat! I wish you good luck!

  • Juan says:

    Surely it is on sale at Brookstone

  • Friderico says:

    Are you looking for a manufacturer?
    Wholesaler?
    What is a price? Delivery time?
    How much for a sample?

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    Does it read every language? Which one are supported?
    The most puzzling for me is how it deals with its own field of view. One text line at a time? how long is the line? Does it need to rest on the paper or be in some distance to it.
    Could you expand a bit more on technicalities, please?

    Friderico

  • Friderico says:

    It looks to me like a first idea…
    Are you looking for a manufacturer?
    Wholesaler?
    What is a price? Delivery time?
    How much for a sample?

    ————–
    Does it read every language? Which one are supported?
    The most puzzling for me is how it deals with its own field of view. One text line at a time? how long is the line? Does it need to rest on the paper or be in some distance to it.
    Could you expand a bit more on technicalities, please?

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