Lucie Benevise

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♂ Product design - An innovative way to feel music. Designer Jackson McConnell created a waveform speaker for hearing-impaired people to enjoy music.

♂ Product design - An innovative way to feel music. Designer Jackson McConnell created a waveform speaker for hearing-impaired people to enjoy music.<<not only is this cool for deaf people but it'd make a really cool speaker!

Braille Art piece in Wellington, New Zealand

25 Unique Ways To Feature Braille: Braille sculpture - This braille-featuring sculpture is to be seen and touched in Wellington, New Zealand.

Braille Smart Gear is the latest in the trend of wearable smart devices, but focuses on usability for those with sight impairments.

Braille Smart Gear is the latest in the trend of wearable smart devices, but focuses on usability for those with sight impairments. Using a transforming Braille

You can use voice dictation and feedback to navigate a phone or tablet if you're blind, but that doesn't really answer all your needs. What if you need to read charts or other graphics? The University of Michigan has an answer. It's developing a Braille display that uses microfluidic bubbles (filled with air or liquid) to produce the format's signature bumps on demand. Unlike existing Braille displays that rely on motors, this doesn't use up much space -- the school envisions mobile tablets…

Morphing Braille tablets offer graphics to the blind - You can use voice dictation and feedback to navigate a phone or tablet if you’re blind, but that doesn’t really answer all your needs. What if.

Braille Phone Concept is a concept phone for visually handicapped people. Designed by Seonkeun Park. The Braille phone using Electric Active Plastic fabricates Braille code on the screen of the phone provides Braille information on the screen so that visually impaired people can read them by touch it.

This cellular phone concept is able to produce Braille code by using Electric Active Plastic. So it could also be used by visually impaired people.

Braille-Equipped Electronic Readers Let the Blind Use Smartphones #mostamazinggadgets #techgadgets trendhunter.com

Braille Mobile Phones - The Voim Smartphone is Designed for the Visually Impaired (GALLERY)

B-Touch Mobile Phone: Imagine how much easier it would be for the visually impaired to perform everyday tasks like talking on the phone, reading a book and recognizing objects if they had an accessible all-in-one device like the B-Touch Mobile Phone concept. Designer Zhenwei You incorporated braille, voice systems and optical reading devices.

B-Touch Innovative Touchphone For The Blind by Zhenwei You its basically an iphone but braille i have not seen a concept like this before the controls are all braille and speaks to the user to let them know what they have chosen.

This is a smartphone for the visually impaired. It is a camera that can help the user identify the object. It can either be read using Braille or call our verbally. Helps view obstacles and creates a level of independence.

This is a smartphone for the visually impaired. It is a camera that can help the user identify the object. It can either be read using Braille or call out verbally. Helps view obstacles and creates a level of independence.

Researchers at the University of Michigan are developing a refreshable device which, when available, would be capable of displaying pages of the raised bumps, which can be read by touch. The 'Braille Kindle' (artist's impression illustrated) could make reading text and working with graphs easier for millions

Researchers at the University of Michigan are developing a Kindle style Braille e-reader for blind and partially sighted people. It will be capable of displaying text, graphs and graphics.

Refreshable tactile graphics display makes on-screen images accessible to people who are blind, low vision or deafblind.

Refreshable tactile graphics display makes on-screen images accessible to people who are blind, low vision or deafblind.