For Texting Without Looking, Researchers Adapt Braille

For Texting Without Looking, Researchers Adapt Braille


Touchscreens on everything from coffee makers to treadmills are intended to provide better user experiences, but they can create a navigational nightmare for the visually impaired. A new technology developed at Georgia Tech, however, makes touchscreens more accessible to the estimated22 million American adults with vision loss by adapting the same system used to type Braille.

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